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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.
The Horse is back!

After a summer break, the Horse's Mouth is back!

Much day to day writing and activity has moved from blogs to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, and that applies to me just as much as it applies to everyone else - rather than continue on with a lonely furrow here, that people need to subscribe or feed into, much of what I've been writing has been via linked and combined sources.

That, however, isn't the total story - there remains a need to update and feed Well House Consultants training materials and thoughts and examples into our resource channels, and have those channels updated and fed and easily referenced way into the future. Open Source programming is a bit like the eye of a storm - as technology marches on, programming techniques and the need to learn them change quite slowly, and a transient place for filing stories, such as Twitter or Facebook, isn't idea.

The summer has been busy - Well House Manor full every weekend, and often during the week too (but we do still have a room available as I write for next weekend). A protracted staff absence there put pressure on time too. A foster dog - Bobby - joined us for just over a month, melted our hearts but brought such intense jealousy from Billy that he's now moved on (for both their safety) amongst a flood of tears and, truth be known, we've now got our house back from having to puppy-proof, and our time back from double-walkies. It's also been an intense summer on the public transport side, with a need (or at least a moral obligation) to personally help promote the services that we've intensely lobbied for via the TransWilts Community Rail Partnership and over a wider area through the Great Western Coffee Shop, and to ensure that stage 4 of the original "Save the Train" agenda - "AND RETAIN' the service, which we always knew would be the hardest - happens. Actually, it's rather more than that since we're not looking at stable state - the new service has worked so well that we're working out what to help it grow into!

So "The Horse's Mouth" blog faded ... but I'm restarting it this morning, and will be initially an update message board so that I can add up to date links and resources that will get fed into our other pages. I' taking the opportunity to apply a fresh coat of paint (and service the engine, clean the carpets and replace worn out components with ones of a modern design) on our courses, to have a new fleet fit for 2015, and a fleet which has a consistency that's perhaps been lacking in the past due to the various ways our courses have grown up. More about that story anon ... please watch this space ... current courses are listed here and that course index will be updated though this week.


(written 2014-09-15)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
G905 - Well House Consultants - Blogging and Blog Administration
  [1] First Jottings - (2004-08-05)
  [6] Blog v Forum - (2004-08-07)
  [18] Wanted: More hours in the day - (2004-08-18)
  [141] Too technical? - (2004-12-05)
  [145] A comment on comments - (2004-12-09)
  [177] Blogs come of age - (2005-01-14)
  [185] Who am I? - (2005-01-21)
  [204] The confidence to allow public comments - (2005-02-06)
  [231] Feedback as lifeblood - (2005-02-28)
  [245] I'm not blogging it - (2005-03-14)
  [359] Chicken soup without the religion - (2005-06-26)
  [390] Moderating wiki, blog, and forum contributions - (2005-07-26)
  [405] Horse's Mouth is a year old - (2005-08-07)
  [410] Reading a news or blog feed (RSS) in your PHP page - (2005-08-12)
  [425] Caching an XML feed - (2005-08-26)
  [508] Comment, please! - (2005-11-28)
  [671] Both ends of the animal - (2006-04-05)
  [876] Making pages clearer - easy Disability Discrimination Act Compliance - (2006-09-23)
  [1000] One Thousand Posts and still going strong - (2006-12-18)
  [1077] In answer to 'am I glad I started a blog' ... - (2007-02-12)
  [1203] A Fresh horse - (2007-05-24)
  [1978] From spam to mod_alias - finding resources - (2009-01-05)
  [2000] 2000th article - Remember the background and basics - (2009-01-18)
  [2192] Copy writing - allowing for the cut - (2009-05-21)
  [2449] Four aspects - Chamber, Transport, Courses and Hotel - (2009-10-11)
  [2517] Blogging accuracy - open invitation for any corrections - (2009-11-29)
  [2564] Microblogging services - Plurk, Twitter, Jaiku and more - (2010-01-05)
  [2751] Going off at a tangent, for a ramble - (2010-05-04)
  [2823] Where have all the bloggers gone? - (2010-06-24)
  [3016] The legal considerations of your web presence - revisited - (2010-10-26)
  [3163] Twitter - the special use of @ # and http: in tweets - (2011-02-09)
  [3186] How to add a customised twitter feed to your site - (2011-02-27)
  [3208] Links for social media, microblogs and business networking - (2011-03-20)
  [3514] Microblogging - what I should have tweeted in the last 48 hours - (2011-11-10)
  [3759] The five oldest blogs and the horses mouth - (2012-06-09)
  [4000] 9 years, and 4000 articles on - (2013-02-09)
  [4121] Has your Twitter feed stopped working? Switching to their new API - (2013-06-23)
  [4568] Moderation - and the tendency to over-moderate - (2015-11-02)
  [4714] The technical article feed continues - personal updates more proactive on Facebook now! - (2016-10-30)


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This is a page archived from The Horse's Mouth at http://www.wellho.net/horse/ - the diary and writings of Graham Ellis. Every attempt was made to provide current information at the time the page was written, but things do move forward in our business - new software releases, price changes, new techniques. Please check back via our main site for current courses, prices, versions, etc - any mention of a price in "The Horse's Mouth" cannot be taken as an offer to supply at that price.

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