Yearly Archives: 2007

Speaking at cf.Objective()

Yesterday I got notified that I will be speaking at cf.Objective() next year!  I am very excited about coming over again and speaking.  Last year was an amazing experience, and it will be great to catch up with all the people who I only ever get to see face to face once a year. I'm […]

Melbourne CFUG – 20th December

A quick reminder for the last Melbourne CFUG Meeting of the YEAR! Location: NGA.net, Level 2, 17 Raglan St, South Melbourne Map: http://link.toolbot.com/google.com/73016 When: 20TH of December, Meeting starts at 7:00, so get there before hand (doors open at 6:30). Agenda: Dale Fraser will be presenting on CFAJAX! ColdFusion 8 includes a lot of Ajax […]

Melbourne CFCAMP Wrapup

Melbourne CFCAMP was last week, and I have to say, I think it went really, really well. We had an attendance of about 50 people, so it made it a good intimate environment, and everyone asked lots of questions from the presenters, which was great to see. It was also a great chance to catch […]

Melbourne CFCAMP this Week!

Just reminding everyone that the Melbourne CFCAMP is on this Thursday!!! The agenda has been locked down, and can be seen at http://cfcamp.pbwiki.com/Agenda:+Melbourne and I have to say, it looks really exciting! We're going to be seeing coverage of topics ranging from ColdFusion 8 (Obviously), Flex integration, AIR Integration, Farcry, Transfer ORM, LiveCycle Data Services […]

Advanced Transfer ORM Techniques at CFFrameworks.com

On the 28th of November, 12pm UK time, I will be presenting via Connect my 'Advanced' Transfer ORM talk, covering some of the functionality of Transfer that is above and beyond the usual CRUD stuff. This includes things like the caching layer, the observable events, Decorators, and Transfer Query Language, which aren't covered in the […]

Petitioning for Speakers for Melbourne CFCAMP

Melbourne CFCAMP is looming on the 22nd of November and we're in the need for speakers! Topics can include anything from case studies, to frameworks, to development techniques, to pretty much anything that is related to ColdFusion! Speaking time is 30 minutes long (although if you need more time, it can be arranged). So if […]