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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.
Flexible public courses - residential or commuting, programming newcomer or experienced, C or C++

The art of providing excellent niche courses at a sensible price comes from having the flexibility to cater for various backgrounds and requirements through the common code. A course starts tomorrow morning, and I've got a near-perfect group of three delegates.

One delegate has already arrived, into Melksham by train from the north of England. A second delegate lives in Hampshire and will be driving up tomorrow morning before the course starts, then staying over. The third delegate lives just a few miles away and will be communing daily. It's great to have that flexibiity.

One delegate is with us to learn to program in C, and won't be staying on to cover the additional aspects of C++ on Thursday and Friday. The second delegate is staying on to cover C++ on Thursday and Friday. And the third delegate would like to stay, but has other prior commitments and can't; she'll be coming back just before Christmas for us to go through C++, being taken from the position of someone who's learned C.It's great to have that flexibiity.

All delegates were offered either a "programming" course which assumes competent prior programming, or a "learning to program in ..." course, designed for those without prior programming experience or feeling rusty / unsure of their knowledge or wanting the re-assurance of an extra day being formally taught the basics. This week, everyone's taking the extra day, and from speaking to the delegates ahead of time that will give us a gentle run in as I teach what's perhaps the lowest level and hardest of the language groups we teach - C and C++.It's great to have that flexibiity.

For details of subsequent courses, see [here] ... although you'll see most of the courses described as C++, I'm just as happy to teach you pure C as well. It's great to have that flexibiity.

(written 2014-11-30)

 
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  [264] 100% Training - (2005-04-01)
  [306] Bristol Airport this morning, The Farm this evening. - (2005-05-09)
  [464] Technical Loneliness - (2005-10-14)
  [490] A new way to get lost - (2005-11-08)
  [695] In the hospitality business - (2006-04-23)
  [898] Courses at Well House Manor - (2006-10-19)
  [933] Course Joining package - updated - (2006-11-20)
  [952] Coming from London to Melksham by train for a course - (2006-11-28)
  [1792] All the pieces fall into place - hotel and courses - (2008-09-10)
  [1996] Advise before my Apache / Tomcat course - (2009-01-16)
  [2249] Public Transport from London to Melksham, Wiltshire - (2009-06-19)
  [2286] New to programming? It is natural (but needless) for you to be nervous - (2009-07-14)
  [2835] A course is more than just a chap giving a lecture - (2010-06-28)
  [4231] Well House Consultants - Public Training Course times for 2014 - (2013-12-26)
  [4558] Well House Consultants - Python courses / what's special. - (2015-10-28)

C051 - C and C based languages - C++ - General
  [2370] C++, Python, and other training - do we use an IDE - (2009-08-21)
  [2504] Learning to program in ... - (2009-11-15)
  [2536] All the Cs ... and Java too - (2009-12-13)
  [2577] Complete teaching example - C++, inheritance, polymorphism - (2010-01-15)
  [2763] Our C and C++ training course are on Open Source platforms - (2010-05-13)
  [2851] Further C++ material - view new or old - (2010-07-04)
  [3052] Getting your C++ program to run - (2010-11-15)
  [3067] Using C and C++ functions in the same program - how to do it - (2010-11-24)
  [3129] Extra courses - C and C++ - (2011-01-12)
  [3155] Rake - a build system using code written in Ruby - (2011-02-03)
  [3250] C++ - how we teach the language and the concepts behind the language - (2011-04-17)
  [3587] C++ Courses - do I get official certification at the end of my Well House course? - (2012-01-20)
  [3809] Dwarf Exception Unwind Info - (2012-07-20)
  [4355] C++ in 2 days - (2014-12-18)

C050 - C and C based languages - C - General
  [2002] New C Examples - pointers, realloc, structs and more - (2009-01-20)
  [2086] C Programming v Learning to Program in C. Which course? - (2009-03-17)
  [2091] C, C++ and C# ... Java and JavaScript - (2009-03-20)
  [2669] Efficient use of dynamic memory - C and realloc - (2010-03-10)
  [2848] C course - final course example puts it all together - (2010-07-02)
  [3053] Make - automating the commands for building and installing - (2010-11-16)
  [4341] Segmentation Fault, Segmentation Violation, Bus Error, Stack Smashing - (2014-12-04)
  [4434] Public training courses - upcoming dates - (2015-02-21)


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