Show #191 - Squeezing Them In

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In this show Dave and Scott discuss fighting nerds, some updates to the CF Summit schedule and give some long overdue love to Mr Ben Nadel.

 


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Show Topic Links:

 

Session interest at CFSummit
http://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/

Siri and Glass start fighting
http://www.ktvu.com/news/news/siri-begins-trash-talking-google-glass/nZdMF/

Google Chromecast drops support for local content...or did they?
http://gizmodo.com/google-says-local-content-could-come-back-to-chromecast-1206819373

Looping over Java arrays in CF 10
http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2517-Looping-Over-Java-Arrays-In-ColdFusion.htm

 

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4 responses to “Show #191 - Squeezing Them In”

  1. Adam Cameron Says:
    Scott, your dashboard problem sounds like a *sitter* for using CFLAYOUT / CFLAYOUTAREA and CFPOD.

    You're welcome.

    --
    Listener #2




    ;-)
  2. Scott Stroz Says:
    I knew someone would say something like that......
  3. Gavin Says:
    At CF Objective, It cost me a lot of beer to bribe all those people to come listen, and when you asked if they listened, it almost bankrupt me to have them raise their hands :P

    And, I thought people would love your short shows.
    CF HOUR minus the 40 mins of irrelevant self indulgence, the show is 20 mins long.
    I guess this means people want to hear your irrelevant self indulgence :)

    So game on.

    RE - apache config, I'm building a lil CF Tool to help my people manage Apache config, tomcat config, vhosts, rewrites, dns records and even create the app folder + structure (generating the files etc for new sites).
    Mainly for our Dev server, but I thought if I make it right, people can use it locally too.

    I don't mind editing them, but I want to make it easy for others to change a site from CF9 to 10 or Railo, or setup a new site using one template or another, and saves me time fixing stuff.

    Glad I didn't choose MAMP by the sounds of it :)
  4. Dana K Says:
    I'm glad you guys posted about the CF Summit email. I received 4 of them yesterday, but they looked (and were flagged) as malicious. The emails came from an adobe.com email redirected via mail141.wdc04.mandrillapp.com. My browser, computer, and mail app all crapped their pants over this....

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