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Saved by uncleflo on January 2nd, 2020.
Browse the Sail Cruising training path below - just click on any course to be taken to the course details page, and search for a centre running that course.
Saved by uncleflo on December 22nd, 2019.
This is a 3 to 4 day course, depending on wind and conditions, aimed to deliver a safe, informed, confident and competent day sailor/skipper who can confidently command a sailboat up to 10 meters (32.8 feet) and crew during daylight hours in fair conditions in inland waters (bay or lake sailing) or coastal waters up to 5 miles offshore. As you advance and become more proficient as crew or skipper you take on bigger challenges that require proper training to ensure the safety of your family and friends. The bigger the boat or length of adventure the more training you require. Most of us prefer to spend our time on the water and not in a classroom. To facilitate this, IYT has a series of E-learning courses available for the theoretical part of sail and powerboat training.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 31st, 2019.
In addition to the UK’s civil and military aerodromes, there are hundreds of smaller, grass airfields set up by private individuals (termed ‘farm strips’). If you own suitable land, it’s possible to set up your own – of course, planning restrictions and practical considerations apply. We outline some of them here. Naturally, we suggest you obtain professional advice before flying from your land – however, if you do own a suitable portion of real estate, you can operate your aircraft from it for up to 28 days per year without planning permission, providing it’s safe to do. If the usage exceeds that, then you’ll need to apply to your Local Authority for change of use permission. Airfields operating under the 28 day rule are classified as ‘unlicensed fields’. This isn’t to say they’re illegal, but rather that they haven’t been subject to a Civil Aviation Authority survey; which quantifies and assesses approach obstacles, runway surfaces & length, and so forth. Your farm strips is therefore likely to be more challenging to fly in and out of – but, as most farm strip flyers will tell you, therein lies the challenge!
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Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.
Complete the following steps to mount NFS on a Windows client: The UID and GID values are set in the Windows Registry and are global on the Windows NFS client box. This solution might not work well if your Windows box has multiple users who each need access to NFS with their own permissions, but there is no obvious way to avoid this limitation. To set up the Windows NFS client, mount the cluster, map a network drive, and configure the user ID (UID) and group ID (GID). The Windows client must access NFS using a valid UID and GID from the Linux domain. Mismatched UID or GID will result in permissions problems when MapReduce jobs try to access files that were copied from Windows over an NFS share. Because of Windows directory caching, there may appear to be no .snapshot directory in each volume's root directory. As a workaround, force Windows to re-load the volume's root directory by updating its modification time (for example, by creating an empty file or directory in the volume's root directory).
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Saved by uncleflo on February 15th, 2018.
Below you find a set of charts demonstrating the paths that you can take and the technologies that you would want to adopt in order to become a frontend, backend or a devops. I made these charts for an old professor of mine who wanted something to share with his college students to give them a perspective. If you think that these can be improved in anyway, please do suggest. If you think any of the roadmaps can be improved, please do open a PR with any updates and submit any issues. Also, I will continue to improve this, so you might want to watch/star this repository to revisit.
Saved by uncleflo on December 2nd, 2016.
I have Server A and Server B which exchanges some data. Server A on user request pull data from Server B using simple file_get_content with some params, so server B can do all task(database etc) and return results to A which formats and show to user. Everything is in PHP. Now I am interested what is fastest way to to this? I made some test and average transfer time for average response from server B at (~0.2 sec). In that 0.2 sec, 0.1 sec. aprox. is Server B operational time (pulling data calling few databases etc) what mean that average transfer time for 50kb with is 0.1 sec. (servers are NOT in same network) Should I try with: 1.cURL insted of file_get_content ? 2.Or to try to make whole thing with sockets( I never work work with sockets in PHP but I supose that easily can be done, on that way to skip web server )? 3.or something third?
Saved by uncleflo on March 26th, 2015.
This page presents a variety of calculations for latitude/longitude points, with the formulæ and code fragments for implementing them. All these formulæ are for calculations on the basis of a spherical earth (ignoring ellipsoidal effects) – which is accurate enough* for most purposes.
Saved by uncleflo on February 22nd, 2015.
Defines a route mapping path to the given callback(s). Each callback is invoked with two arguments, context and next. Much like Express invoking next will call the next registered callback with the given path.
Saved by uncleflo on February 8th, 2015.
Ocean Classrooms (OC) believes strongly that the health of our ocean relies on the young, motivated ocean scientists of our future. These scientists not only thirst to learn more about the ocean through research, but also they need to engage the public in their research and its outcomes. In today’s world, the ability to deliver your message has never been easier, but it is also a crowded market that competes for public attention. Social media has narrowed the scientist-to-public divide. The savvy use of social media can help disseminate a science and conservation message efficiently and bring about effective change that protects and improves the health of our ocean. Moreover, young scientists have more challenges competing for limited research funding because of less experience. Consequently, OC is investing in a grant opportunity for early career marine science researchers to help fund their work and to help disseminate their research through social media, as well as through tradition
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Saved by uncleflo on August 17th, 2011.
Paths represent the outline of a shape which can be filled, stroked, used as a clipping path, or any combination of the three. (See Filling, Stroking and Paint Servers and Clipping, Masking and Compositing.) A path is described using the concept of a current point. In an analogy with drawing on paper, the current point can be thought of as the location of the pen. The position of the pen can be changed, and the outline of a shape (open or closed) can be traced by dragging the pen in either straight lines or curves.
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