Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A050. This module is presented on Private Courses
and Specially Run Courses
If you're browsing to a web site, you'll be one of thousands
and all you'll need will be your browser. But if you're running
the web site, you'll be running just one or two specifically configured
servers and a whole host of extra modules and pieces of software to
ensure that the web server is doing what YOU need for you.
Related technical and longer articlesThe Author of the Apache httpd and Tomcat Course
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|4434||Public training courses - upcoming dates|
I've been presenting a long series of private courses over the past two months - Ruby and Cucumber, Python, Java and C++. From the beggining of March until mid April, I'm training most weeks at our Melksham, Wiltshire training centre - courses scheduled as follows:
If you've missed these dates or want ...
|3891||The components of an Apache httpd / Tomcat / MySQL stack and what each does|
Keep it simple and standard on the client side ... and let the server be a bit more complex. That's the philosophy of the web - and it makes sense because you'll typically have hundreds and thousand of clients - browsers - all visiting your web site which will probably be a single system - or a small ...
|2595||Twelve skills / knowledges needed for the design of a web site|
I used to list seven knowledges / skills that a web site designer needed when I started web language courses such as Java or PHP ... but that element is no longer one that I present in quite the same way. However, an opportunity this morning to take a newcomer to providing interactive web content through ...
|2568||Forums for your Melksham and open source discussions|
Do you have questions you want to ask? Views about Melksham, First Great Western Train services or Open Source languages that you would like to post? If you do / have, you'll be very welcome to join our forums / communities - listed below.
Just a word, first, though. There's a minority of internet ...
|2099||Should I maintain the programming code on my own website?|
A Question from my inbox:
Graham, [snip] I did lot of FORTRAN programming myself in 80's, but mostly as a tool for solving engineering problems. For about 15 months, I maintained a 27000 line raw FORTRAN code, written by 8 Ph.D. souls. In 1998, I created a passive website for myself (Bridge problems ...
|2072||Copyright, Portability and other nontechnical web site issues|
Sometimes, I get so enmeshed in the technical that it's good to take a step back and look at our web site (and web sites in general) and say "what do we need to consider in the broader picture". I had this opportunity yesterday evening, as I ran a short session to look at some PHP issues.
A couple ...
|116||The next generation of programmer|
Ten years ago, I was teaching languages like Shell Scripting and C, but the requirement faded. As computers became steadily more powerful, standard applications were developed by a few, to be used by the many, rather than each of the many having specific code written for them.
So now, I'm teaching languages ...
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