Show #239: The one about cf.Objective()

cf.Objective 3 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott tall all about cf.Objective().  With special guests, Adam Tuttle and Carol Hamilton they get into all the goings on with everything about the conference.

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Show #238: Boom goes everything

CF Summit , Debugging , ColdFusion , Conferences 2 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott have a discussion about the trials of debugging.  They also have a discussion about Dave's mobile project.  They also discuss the upcoming CFSummit conference and the "agenda".  They end the show with some important information.

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Show #237: You Need to Stop the Bleeding

CF Summit , Stack Overflow , DevObjective() , HackMyCF , Adobe , Conferences 17 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott start by talking about ISIS and Annonymous and then they plug HackMyCF.  Dave then fills us in on his experiences at CF Summit before the duo talk about the DevObjective.

Then we dive into Stupid Overflow to cover one lazy developer, and another developer felled, as we have been at one time or another, but a typ

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Show #236: Summit, Southwest, Safe Navigator, Stupid Overflow, and Updates Galore

CF Summit , Stack Overflow , Mobile , HackMyCF , ColdFusion 12 , Windows 10 , SQL , ColdFusion 10 , ORM , Adobe , Announcements , ColdFusion 11 4 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott start by talking about the upcoming CF Summit in Las Vegas. They then express their views on "GamerGate" and SXSW's cancelling of related panels.

In ColdFusion specific news, they tell you about the upcoming early access for updates to CF10 and CF11 and about a new CF12 feature that was discussed at CF Camp.  

They also talk about Windows 10, updating and Lucee, and a Stack Overflow question on multiple databases.

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Show #235: Stars, Cars, Straps, Patches, Frames, Lames, and HomeSite

BlazeDS , Frameworks , ColdFusion Builder , ColdFusion 10 , Adobe , ColdFusion 11 5 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott start by  talking  about Star Wars swag and Tesla's "affordable" car announcement. They then talk about recent updates to Bootstrap and Framework 1.

They discuss one individuals desire to make CF Builder look like HomeSite, the recent CF security pathes, and wrap up with another "Stupidity Overflow" segment.

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