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John Kelleher

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  1. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  2. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  3. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  4. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  5. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  6. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  7. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  8. RT @ZDNet: Microsoft: Nearly one in three Azure virtual machines now are running Linux https://t.co/mHtbwgEkB4 @maryjofoley https://t.co/yx…

  9. RT @LOOKWESTie: .@Entirl announces €5m fund for 48 projects in drive for new local and regional job creation https://t.co/WNH33PWNTJ https:…

  10. Oh Good he's at it again. Makes other Dads fell inadequate http://t.co/AW27ODKd4e

  11. Very much sold on Processwire (thanks Ryan et al) and looking to supplant various dev stacks with it. Have a local charity needing a system to look after a collection of client records and produce a bunch of reports on how the clients engage with the support services. Basic func. spec: CRUD operations on clients - all fine for PW, I know though if anyone knows of some code/modules to aid in this... Secure logon for limited no users - I know I can do this for the back-end but I'll need much simpler front-end interaction for the users. Is there any way to 'tap into' this back-end login/registration/forget password functionality and expose it at the front-end? To handle custom reporting, I'm guessing I pass form values (using ajax?) to PHP functions that invoke the PW engine to retrieve certain pages. In effective, I'm building a simple CRM (can't find a simple-enough commercial one!). Any guidance/assurances on suitability of PW welcome, Thanks and thanks for the great work input so far on PW, J
  12. CGI Animated Short HD: "The Last Train" by The Animation Hub http://t.co/zYYrXRSyT7

  13. "The future's here, it's just not that evenly distributed ". Fascinating to think that while I might not get my… http://t.co/J6aXQQLolu

  14. What Massimo Vignelli can teach designers today | Graphic design | Creative Bloq http://t.co/UAPNbcM6wP

  15. So true, so true (forum what did you see! - Google Search) http://t.co/bnGcn9rBqq

  16. Slow day at the office. (StackOverflow is down. Thousands of Programmers are getting fired, right now.… http://t.co/q9HZUgZUf4

  17. Craig, thanks for the quick and comprehensive reply. This fits with my 'take' on PW and makes it a good fit for other similar projects. Rgds, J
  18. I'm creating a site to showcase project work from my students. I know this is a breeze with my conventional SQL database and ASP.NET tooling but hopefully I can work this out in Processwire. Can anyone comment on whether this plan holds water? Each Project has: Name Student members (1-4) n photos or videos or audio clips Obviously a page with a backing template with the appropriate field types works here. However, the members need to be selected from a separate list of Students. This suggests a PageReference field I reckon and a repeater to handle 1-4 Students. I have student details (ID & Name & Programme of Study & Yr of Study) in CSV file so guess I can generate pages from that file to create a collection of Students. I may want to filter Projects by 'Programme of Study' (from Student page). Should I create Student pages as a child page of 'Programme of Study' with maybe an in-between parent of 'Year of Study'? I might also permit access to the Project page only to those students who are members. So maybe setting Students up as users is the better way to go? I guess I'm looking for guidance around how to implement foreign key relations as you would normally do for a database. I'm guessing there are performance issues around the kind of querying I might want to do but there are hopefully some rules of thumb around establishing relations between entities (pages) in Processwire. Thanks, John
  19. RT @engadget: NASA's Voyager 1 escapes our sun's warm embrace, becomes the first manmade device to enter interstellar space - http://t.co/…

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