I also find myself perusing Planet Python via RSS on my lunch breaks these days.I always seem to find some useful python tidbit in there.
The new John Gray High School gymnasium was handed over to the school by the Ministry of Education on May 8, in time for the Year 10 and Year 11 CSEC/IGCSE exams.
It provides John Gray High School with a multi-purpose hall that can be used for exams, assemblies, graduations, careers fairs, and indoor sports.
The new hall also provides the country with a multipurpose national arena, able to host public events, conferences, fairs, state funerals, concerts and international sporting events, as well as a category 5 hurricane shelter, providing an extra 1,149 spaces in the event of an emergency.
Minister for Education Tara Rivers thanked all involved for ensuring the gym was completed within budget and on schedule.
Then again, being a nerd is hard work so I'll probably post my handful of useless, self-indulgent rants and add to the clutter we call the Internet. Speaking of blogs, can someone post a comment if they know of a good blogging app for python?
I say python because I would be interested to contribute if it was well designed, open source, etc.
Be captivated by the rich heritage of Malate as you stay in the heart of Manila’s Spanish Quarter at Pan Pacific Manila.
Immerse yourself in a wealth of history alongside a selection of modern luxuries, where a perfect balance of culture and contemporary delights await with the exciting things to do in Manila. Filipinos higly value treating elders with respect as well as deference and this is apparent in either hand gestures or manner of speech.
I ended up installing Wordpress for my sister, even though I loathe PHP for all the usual reasons. I couldn't even get the thing to run without a 500 error and gave up after a couple of weeks.
Wordpress pretty much rocks, but as a wounded PHP veteran, I have no desire to touch the language ever again. Woodlog looked promising too since I like Django but that too seems a little dead. So I built this thing with Django in about 4 sittings and it's super basic but seems to work!
I’m sure our students will use it with pride and that it will provide the necessary educational, sporting and hurricane shelter facilities that will last for generations to come.” Principal Jon Clark explained the positive and practical effect the new gym is having on the school and its students: “I am delighted that we are in and using the gymnasium in time for the exams.