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Java path setting batch file
This is a batch file written to help students on ECS' Programming 1 course (COMP1202) using iSolutions machines which have the JDK, but do not add it to the PATH variable, making compilation from the command line difficult. It attempts to find the JDK directory and add it to the Windows PATH. The code is as follows: @SET JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Java @FOR /F %%G IN ('DIR /B "%JAVA_HOME%\JDK*"') DO @SET JDK_HOME=%JAVA_HOME%\%%G @SET PATH=%JDK_HOME%\bin;%PATH% @javac -version @echo. @echo %JDK_HOME%\bin successfully added to Windows PATH @echo. @echo Now type 'javac'. @echo. @echo. @echo. @CMD

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Introduction to Graphite and RDF
This is a set of slides and a tutorial exercise which we used to teach people the basics of RDF and how they can manipulate data in this format to make quite powerful web pages very simply. It is not intended as full introduction to RDF and it's subtleties the aim is to teach the very bare minimum to be able to do something quickly. It empowers programmers to go away and play with linked data.

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University Logo in Vector and Raster
This is a selection of University of Southampton Logos in both vector (svg) and raster (png) formats. These are suitable for use on the web or in small documents and posters. You can open the SVG files using inkscape (http://inkscape.org/download/?lang=en) and edit them directly. The University logo should not be modified and attention should be paid to the branding guidelines found here: http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/10481 You must always leave a space the width of an capital O in Southampton on all 4 edges of the logo. The negative space makes it appear more prominently on the page.

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SUSSED Where we are, were we are going and how we might get there
I delivered this presentation at the CITE seminar on 5th of February 2013

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A sample visualization of contributions to http://eprints.soton.ac.uk
This is a sample visualization of contributions to eprints.soton.ac.uk. The visualization was created from data from the OAI endpoint using gource. The data is divided by dc:subject classification. The idea was taken from Martin Hawksey's blog post http://mashe.hawksey.info/2011/12/google-refining-jorum-ukoer/

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Vim - The what, the why and the how
An introduction to Vim and why I use it. This resource is the precursor to a technical walk through and code along using vim. During the talk I handed round a cheat sheet for vim which can be found at http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/vimcheat.html You can find full documentation and a lot more indepth examples in the vim documentation: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/help.html

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Explaination of ArrayList remove() Methods
In the example code you can see that when the remove(Object o) method is called the Integer is not cast to an int and the matching is done using the object's .equals() method rather than using ==

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Open Source Licenses in Academia
A Seminar about the advantages of using open source licenses as a complimentary strategy to the academic publish process.

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The University and How We Interact With It
This is a presentation I put together to get students thinking about their digital university experience. The resulting discussions will be used to inform a survey sent out to all students to find out what parts of the digital university experience are important to them.

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