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The Horse's Mouth - Ezine reader's index
"The Horse's Mouth" is an online magazine - the ramblings of Graham Ellis.
I'm very fortunate to come across a lot of interesting people in my work,
and they inspire me to think and to write. You'll find a mixture of
technical tips on the subjects we teach, things we have learnt from our
own website and wider, and pictures, thoughts and wider comment.
The beauty of the net is that you can search and read as much - or as
little - as you like.
You can even add your comments
if you wish; although we can't offer you the
same anonimity nor a "freedom of speech", I'm going to encourage you
to post of views that don't agree with mine and
only in what I consider to be exceptional circumstances will I remove
or modify your material.
What are callbacks? Why use them? An example in PythonIn your room at Well House Manor, Melksham, WiltshireFrom last July (2015)A small teaching program - demonstration of principles onlyUsing an MVC structure - even without a formal frameworkWho was Doctor Beeching and what was his axe?Working out the costs of running a bus service through the dayTransWilts Community Interest Company AGM - 13 Feb 2016, SwindonPeople matter - but there is a tradeoff between different people in thereRail user groups worried about what is happening on the busesEncapsulating logic in functions and structs - the C approach to Object Oriented techniquesRegression testing - via a very short C testing frameworkString handling in C - new examples of extracting integers from a stringRemember to ask the question before you listen for the answerWhat would the Wiltshire Council bus cuts mean for Melksham?The story behind the bus cuts, and what they could meanMaking travel time useful time on public transportAssociative objects - one object within another.Caching results in an object for efficiency - avoiding re-calculationSingleton design pattern - examples and usesWhere does Wiltshire bus subsidy money come from?Campaigning for a sensible bus solution and not against anyone!Rambling from WestburyFrosty morning, beauty of WiltshireThe power of scriptingPerl 6 - a Practical Extraction and Reporting example!Buses - not about the buses, but about the people who use the busesPytest - second example beyond hello worldPytest - starting exampleStill teaching Tcl in 2016?Questions for First (West of England)PC Plod - alive and scaremongering in Wiltshire?Our best hotel customers help us ... to help them ... be our best customers.TransWilts - robust these days - no longer the first service to be cancelledHungarian, Camel, Snake and Kebab - variable naming conventionsSorting by key or by comparator - Perl 6Mapping an array / list without a loop - how to do it in Perl 6Introspecion in Perl 6Classes and object - first steps in Perl 6Using Perl 6 to analyse and report on data
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