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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings

23/05/13

This post is in the nature of being a shout out to see if anyone can give me some help. I'm completely self taught on JavaScript and it probably doesn't help that, given my programming background, I still struggle with getting my head around anything object oriented. My background is functional languages.  read more ...

24/04/13

I was signing an e-petition on 'Get Britain Cycling' on the HM Government petitions this morning and, as is getting increasingly common, it asked me for my email address twice but I couldn't paste into the second instance.  read more ...

07/04/13

Today I finally got around to revealing the Milton Photo Archive to the world, something I spent a lot of time working on the last time Beth was away researching walks for WalkLakes.  read more ...

31/03/13

I've made an enhancement to my mapping application today which came about largely as a side effect of some work I've been doing for Beth to make it easier for her when she's entering details of new walks onto the WalkLakes site.  read more ...

09/02/13

... well, driving you mad really. I've just spent most of the day wrestling with a peculiar problem interfacing with the latest version of the Ordnance Survey OpenSpace software after they claimed they couldn't re-produce my bug.  read more ...

13/07/10

Today's Word of the Day is "minify" which is, to my surprise, a real word - in American English at least - not one made up by programmers. In general terms it means to make small or smaller but in computer terms it has a more specific meaning: to reduce the size of source to make it load, parse and execute faster.  read more ...

10/03/10

I've spent some time today struggling to get some JavaScript code working across multiple browsers. When it comes to JavaScript I really am a hacker in the old sense of the word: self taught and knowing just enough to get by.  read more ...

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