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.
`Of Course` is back!to Clifton Down and AvonmouthComputing under the influence of alcoholReading all our recent news from a single sourceLooking ahead to the Autumn season of training and accommodationLua Regular ExpressionsGiving up on user input - keyboard timeout in PerlChecking the database connection manuallyObject Oriented programming - a practical design exampleMaking variables persistant, pretending a database is a variable and other Perl tricksHandling XML in Perl - introduction and early examplesWiltshire / Melksham Weddings - guest accommodationLong job - progress bar techniques (Perl)Designing your data structures for a robust Perl applicationLead characters on Perl variable namesTranslation from Ghanaian to EnglishPublic Transport from (and to) Melksham on SundaysQuiet summer days? I think not!C++, Python, and other training - do we use an IDEUsing a cache for efficiency. Python and PHP examplesPython - fresh examples of all the fundamentalsLearning to program - how to jump the first hurdlesAt the end of the courseCounting Words in Python via the webGetting it right from the start - new programmersAlpaca Case or Camel CaseThornham Farm Shop, Seend Cleeve, nr MelkshamGeocoding - converting address to latitude / Longitude with PHP via GoogleError Handling in Lua with assert and pcallA fresh example - objects the Lua wayEncapsulating shared code in a Lua moduleChecking if the user has entered a number (Lua)Passing multiple results back from a function - Lua, Python, etcSee this page in FrenchTraining, Open Source computer languagesAll change - Wiltshire ParliamentaryPrinted Directories - the start of the updating seasonTernary operators alternatives - Perl and Lua lazy operatorsTen years in Melksham - looking forward to ten more.Businesses effected by road works in Melksham
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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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