Python, Lua and Tcl - public course schedule [here]
Private courses on your site - see [here]
Please ask about maintenance training for Perl, PHP, Java, C, C++, Ruby, MySQL and Linux / Tomcat systems
Lua, Tcl, Python, C and C++ courses - at our Melksham HQ or on your site - forward from July 2017
30th June was the final day of the Well House Consultants (financial) year, the end of an era and the start of a fresh new one. There's a summary at [here]
of the dozen (yes - 12!) changes in our lives this yeat and the end of Friday was perhaps the biggest change point.
YES - we still offer (and indeed have improved and tunes) IT training courses in Python, Lua, Tcl and C/C++ - see [here]
for our public course schedule, or visit [here]
for information about on site training - which can cost effective even for a small group. And please ask, still, about your specialist requirements for even a single delegate - we can usually fit in extra days to our schedule to meet your needs at a sensible price.
After a really enjoyable week teaching Lua - culminating in a new example ( source code [here]
) showing an Object Oriented like design pattern, Lisa and I are taking a few days away. As you can see, still online - back in person very soon as I'm sure we'll get bored with Cornwall err too long!
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesU107 - Object Orientation - the Lua way 
Classic style OO code - in Lua - (2015-11-05) 
Tables with values and code in Lua - looks like an object? - (2015-11-05) 
Dot or Colon separator between table name and member in Lua - what is the difference? - (2014-05-06) 
Metatables, Metamethods, classes and objects in Lua - (2014-03-18) 
Is Lua an Object Oriented language? - (2013-06-15) 
What is a metatable? How do I set one up? How do I use them? Lua - (2012-05-12) 
Using Lua tables as objects - (2012-05-11) 
Special __ methods you can use in Lua metatables - (2012-04-12) 
Weak references in Lua - what are they, and why use them? - (2012-04-04) 
Metaclasses (Python) and Metatables (Lua) - (2011-11-17) 
Tables as Objects in Lua - a gentle introduction to data driven programming - (2011-08-17) 
Private and Public - and things between - (2011-01-22) 
__index and __newindex in Lua - metatable methods - (2010-04-05) 
Lua Metatables - (2010-04-02) 
Is Lua an Object Oriented language? - (2010-04-01) 
Lua examples - coroutines, error handling, objects, etc - (2009-10-15) 
A fresh example - objects the Lua way - (2009-08-13) 
For Lua Programmers AND for Town Planners - (2009-08-02) 
Calling base class constructors - (2008-10-03) 
First class functions in Lua lead to powerful OO facilities - (2008-08-07) 
If you are learning Lua, here are some more examples - (2008-07-06) 
Towards Object Oriented Programming in Lua - (2008-06-30)
Some other Articles
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