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For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).

Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Central London Courses - Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, MySQL

We're constantly striving to improve our courses. Already, the majority of our trainees already arrive with us through the recommendation of others, and we're kept plenty busy ... so we must be doing something right. That's not to say that we can't make things even better / have things run even smoother as we fine-tune our product. There's also very much the need to keep up to date with changing languages and logistics.

If you want a Perl course in the City of London, a Python course in the West End, or a PHP course just off Oxford Street, we can help. You provide a room and the students, and we'll do the rest - we provide laptop computers for each trainee to use, tutor (and a knoweledgable one - the guy who actually wrote the course!), notes, servers ... all we ask you to provide is a room and the students. If you've three or more trainees who need the same course at the same time, a private course such as this makes economic sense.

Of the subjects listed above, Python (and to a lesser extent Perl) are often taught to larger groups, but sometimes (usually in the case of PHP!) you won't have enough trainees to justify a private course. We also run regular scheduled public courses on all of our subjects at Melksham in Wiltshire. From London, take the 07:45 from Paddington on the first morning of the course and we'll collect you from Melksham station. At the end of the course, your train is scheduled to be back in Paddington at a quarter to seven.

I started this piece talking about improvements even on a product that's already pretty d**ned good. What have I to report? A new logisitical setup for on site courses in London - we no longer have any issue with parking as we'll now arrive about an hour before the course starts on the first morning, by taxi. Even last week in the immediate aftermath of the bombs of the previous week, the scheme worked well - a "test under fire" you could call it ... and we anticipate that the systems now in place will allow us to continue to present excellent, reliable, fresh courses for you as things get progressively busier and a little more chaotic in town as the Olympics of 2012, with all the infrastucture work that implies, draws closer.
(written 2005-07-18, updated 2006-06-05)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
Y101 - Introduction to Python
  [317] Programming languages - a comparison - (2005-05-20)
  [380] Bridging to the customer requirement - (2005-07-16)
  [444] Database or Progamming - which to learn first? - (2005-09-13)
  [629] Choosing the right language - (2006-03-01)
  [710] Linux training Glasgow, Python programming course Dundee - (2006-05-05)
  [712] Why reinvent the wheel - (2006-05-06)
  [745] Python modules. The distribution, The Cheese Shop and the Vaults of Parnassus. - (2006-06-05)
  [753] Python 3000 - the next generation - (2006-06-09)
  [834] Python makes University Challenge - (2006-08-15)
  [846] Is Perl being replaced by PHP and Python? - (2006-08-27)
  [909] Python is like a narrowboat - (2006-10-30)
  [949] Sludge off the mountain, and Python and PHP - (2006-11-27)
  [950] Python and the Magic Roundabout - (2006-11-27)
  [1375] Python v Ruby - (2007-10-02)
  [1663] Python in an afternoon - a lecture for experienced programmers - (2008-06-01)
  [4118] We not only teach PHP and Python - we teach good PHP and Python Practice! - (2013-06-18)
  [4298] Python - an interesting application - (2014-09-18)
  [4590] Progress on moving from Python 2 to Python 3 - training for both versions - (2015-12-01)

T201 - Tcl/Tk - What is Tcl?
  [133] Tcl embeds - (2004-11-28)
  [691] Testing you Perl / PHP / MySQL / Tcl knowledge - (2006-04-19)
  [1174] Installing Tcl and Expect on Solaris 10 - a checklist - (2007-05-02)
  [1268] Changes in advertising cut lines / Buscot / Tcl course - (2007-07-16)
  [2463] Tcl - a true interpretive, command based language - (2009-10-20)
  [4616] Still teaching Tcl in 2016? - (2016-01-06)

S151 - Introduction to SQL and MySQL
  [84] MySQL - nuggets - (2004-10-11)
  [85] Present and future MySQL - (2004-10-12)
  [175] Worthwhile - (2005-01-11)
  [515] MySQL - an FAQ - (2005-12-03)
  [591] Key facts - SQL and MySQL - (2006-02-04)
  [918] Databases needn't be frightening, hard or expensive - (2006-11-08)
  [924] The LAMP Cookbook - Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP / Perl - (2006-11-13)
  [2134] Oracle take over Sun who had taken over MySQL - (2009-04-21)
  [2561] The future of MySQL - (2010-01-03)
  [2567] Extra MySQL course dates (2 day course, UK) - (2010-01-08)
  [2786] Factory methods and SqLite in use in a Python teaching example - (2010-05-29)
  [3269] Files or Databases? MySQL, SQLite, or Oracle? - (2011-04-28)
  [3928] Storing your intermediate data - what format should you you choose? - (2012-11-20)

P201 - Perl - Introduction
  [25] Release numbers - (2004-08-23)
  [577] Learning to program in Perl or PHP - (2006-01-26)
  [594] Twice is a co-incidence and three times is a pattern - (2006-02-07)
  [604] Perl - multiprocess applications - (2006-02-13)
  [743] How to debug a Perl program - (2006-06-04)
  [1717] Q - Should I use Perl or Python? - (2008-07-23)
  [1753] Perl v PHP, choosing the right language - (2008-08-14)
  [1852] Perl and Blackberries - (2008-10-23)
  [2070] Converting to Perl - the sort of programs you will write - (2009-03-08)
  [2812] What is Perl? - (2010-06-15)
  [2832] Are you learning Perl? Some more examples for you! - (2010-06-27)

H101 - Introduction to PHP
  [48] PHP - onwards and upwards - (2004-09-14)
  [55] Evening classes to learn PHP - (2004-09-19)
  [93] Case Sensitive? - (2004-10-19)
  [124] PHP v Java - (2004-11-20)
  [132] Portrait of the author - (2004-11-27)
  [135] Too many Perls - (2004-11-30)
  [341] Happy Birthday, PHP - (2005-06-09)
  [433] FTP - how to make the right transfers - (2005-09-01)
  [624] It's REALLY easy to add a little PHP - (2006-02-26)
  [646] PHP - London course, Melksham Course, Evening course - (2006-03-14)
  [789] Hot answers in PHP - (2006-07-02)
  [795] Remember a site's non-technical issues too - (2006-07-07)
  [917] Syntax checking in PHP - (2006-11-07)
  [1050] The HTML++ Metalanguage - (2007-01-22)
  [1198] From Web to Web 2 - (2007-05-21)
  [1958] PHP - Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end ... - (2008-12-23)
  [2097] PHP Course - for hobby / club / charity users. - (2009-03-22)
  [3025] Learning to Program ... in PHP. Course examples. - (2010-11-01)
  [4621] The power of scripting - (2016-01-12)

G404 - Well House Consultants - On site venues
  [107] Taking Equipment offshore to run a course - (2004-11-02)
  [196] An Open Source course on the Channel Islands - (2005-01-31)
  [727] A journey, an arrival, a people - (2006-05-21)
  [741] Last week - picture of the Perl course - (2006-06-02)
  [2309] Lua training class in Spanish - (2009-07-29)
  [2731] Training Courses - time of change - (2010-04-19)
  [2989] Oddballs in Plymouth - (2010-10-08)
  [3130] New Computers for delegates to use - (2011-01-13)
  [3131] Lua, Tcl, Python; Worldwide training classes - (2011-01-14)
  [3292] Every tenth picture. - (2011-05-17)
  [3636] Best tenner I ever spent? - (2012-03-04)
  [3950] 10 reasons why I travel the night before a course starts - (2012-12-10)
  [4011] From Salford - (2013-02-19)
  [4671] Ruby training, half a world away - (2016-05-14)

G401 - Well House Consultants - On Site courses
  [139] Just provide a room and the students - (2004-12-03)
  [191] Setting up a training room for a course - (2005-01-27)
  [213] Off to Munich - (2005-02-13)
  [241] Dress for training - (2005-03-10)
  [438] Fair system for travel and accommodation expenses - (2005-09-07)
  [439] You cant - (2005-09-08)
  [1027] Cue the music, I'm happy. - (2007-01-09)
  [1465] Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, Linux, MySQL, Ruby courses ... - (2007-12-09)
  [1600] Cambidge - Tcl, Expect and Perl courses - (2008-04-04)
  [1781] Reception - (2008-09-01)
  [2041] httpd, Tomcat and PHP course enhancements - (2009-02-14)
  [2311] Floor to ceiling - (2009-07-30)
  [2801] Binary data handling with unpack in Perl - (2010-06-10)
  [2810] A course review - for the tutor to complete - (2010-06-14)
  [2928] Public (scheduled) or private course? Book direct, or through a third party? - (2010-08-19)
  [2956] On site course - travel and accommodation expenses - (2010-09-14)
  [3137] Training Classes - should the training company provide a system for each delegate to use? - (2011-01-18)
  [3691] Back in Cambridge to give a Lua course - (2012-04-09)
  [3715] Changing face - Filton - (2012-05-01)
  [3898] The course must go on - improvements to tutor travel plans, with immediate effect - (2012-10-17)
  [4132] Using your own laptop on our courses - now even easier! - (2013-07-05)
  [4230] Well House Consultants - course prices for 2014 - (2013-12-26)
  [4602] Training course and hotel room prices - 2016 - (2015-12-31)
  [4739] A year of changes for Lisa and Graham Ellis, and Well House - (2017-05-27)
  [4769] Python, Tcl, Lua and other Open Source programming courses for 2018 - (2017-12-31)


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