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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.

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Java oversold?

Oops ... I missed my blog entry yesterday - indeed, I had been up so early in the morning after a short night that I fell asleep around 8 p.m. and slept through - didn't even hear Lisa come in from her "Villager" meeting. But, running crisply again this morning I've already spoken with plasterer, plumber, events co-ordinator and graphic artist (4 separate people) and the show's on the road. Ovenight and late yesterday emails answered and I expect to hear the crunch of gravel as customers' cars roll up the driveway in a few minutes.

This week, I'm running a private Java course - and it's a greater pleasure than I had anticipated. We dropped publlic Java courses a year or two back, as everyone has different needs, and Java's a language that's been oversold quite absurdly. Some applications are excellent, but there's a significant number of people using Java because of commercial / marketing decisions when it's not right for them and without vetting / weeding out, they can drag the public courses down. It's a rather different thing on our Deploying Apache httpd and Tomcat public course, though ... by that stage people have established a usually-excellent use of Java applications.
(written 2006-09-19, updated 2006-09-20)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
J601 - Java Introduction
  [25] Release numbers - (2004-08-23)
  [111] Training notes available under Open Distribution license - (2004-11-07)
  [124] PHP v Java - (2004-11-20)
  [317] Programming languages - a comparison - (2005-05-20)
  [792] Is Java the right language to learn? - (2006-07-04)
  [1049] Java 6, Apache Tomcat 6. - (2007-01-21)
  [1158] Private Java Course - A customer's pictures - (2007-04-22)
  [1418] A Golf Club Decision - Perl to Java - (2007-11-01)
  [1466] Effective Java training - the bootcamp approach - (2007-12-09)
  [1497] Training Season Starts again! - (2008-01-07)
  [1557] Trying out our Java examples on our web site - (2008-02-27)
  [1766] Diagrams to show you how - Tomcat, Java, PHP - (2008-08-22)
  [1908] Java CLASSPATH explained - (2008-11-26)
  [2115] Finding your java program - the CLASSPATH variable - (2009-04-02)
  [2423] What is a JVM, a JRE, a JDK - components of the core Java Environment - (2009-09-26)
  [2536] All the Cs ... and Java too - (2009-12-13)
  [4332] First Java Application - calculating the weight of a tablecloth - (2014-11-29)

A501 - Web Application Deployment - Java - Basic Language Overview
  [659] Web Application Components - (2006-03-28)
  [2120] Java on the Web Server - course for delegates with some prior Java experience - (2009-04-06)


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