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.
Commenting out an echo killed my bash backup scriptThe Campus in Melksham - name, logo, and livery choiceAccessing variables across subroutine boundaries - Perl, Python, Java and TclTransWilts / Press and Publicity report for AGM / 30th January 2015Java Utility class - flexible replacement for array. Also cacheing in objects and multiple catch clauses example.Preparing data through a little bit of PerlPhilosophy behind object design - and how I applied in to a Java exampleSplitting Java strings and extracting numbersInterview conditions,and other instructions to staffRefactoring Perl applications to give them a rosy futureChecking MySQL database backups have worked (not failed)Cucumber example - test::unit, scenario outlines, datafile driven testGlobal Regular Expression matching in Ruby (using scan)Regression Testing my website - Cucumber and WatirGuide exercise to help you learn Gherkin, Cucumber and RspecA booking that looks too good to be true? It probably is too good to be true!Installing Cucumber on Ubuntu - cannot load such file -- mkmf (LoadError) messageImproved test in Cucumber with RSpecSecond step Cucumber and Gherkin - beyond Hello WorldInstalling Cucumber (Ruby)Behaviour Driven Development / Ruby and CucumberWell House Consultants / Well House Manor - Prices for 2015What FGW passengers want to talk about / and PHP programming to find outDesigning a base class and subclasses, and their extension, in C++Well House Consultants, Well House Manor, First Great Western Coffee shop, TransWilts / 2014 web site reportsFinal examples for 2014 - and a look at our 2015 training course optionsTest driven development, and class design, from first principles (using C++)A long and disappointing eveningTemplate / design pattern for C++ constructor and accessorsWhy are people using the TransWilts?Conditionals, loops and methods in Ruby - a primer with simple examplesRuby - the second rung of learning the languageShuffling a list - Ruby and PythonA year of rail memories!Changing what operators do on objects - a comparison across different programming languagesThe changing face of ChristmasChristmas day in MelkshamA quiet evening in Melksham - awaiting SantaWhat a difference a year makesMultiple yields and no loops in a Python generator?
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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"
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