In case anyone would like access to them, here are my slide decks for the two presentations that I gave at cf.Objective() this year.
The first one is Getting closure on Closures - this can be run directly from ColdFusion 10, as a html slide deck which includes the running code.
The second one, A/B Testing with Squabble can also be found online. I made this pubic because Sean Corfield asked me to, but in all honesty, if you weren't at the presentation, it probably won't make much sense to you. Pictures of Storm Troopers in front of computer screens are not particularly descriptive.
Overall cf.Objective() was a great confidence, yet again, much kudos to those that organised the event!
I'm delighted to say that I'm speaking at cf.Objective() again this year!
I've got three sessions I'm presenting this year, two of which on my own, and one in which I'm paired with with Luis Majano.
I'll be talking about:
A/B Testing with Squabble
In which I extol the virtue of A/B testing, and why you should be doing it in your business, and introduce people to the A/B testing framework Squabble that we developed to use in the team I work with.
Getting closure on Closures
Where we will look at Closures, which are coming in ColdFusion Zeus. You probably already use these, and don't even know it. I'll explain what closures are, and how you can use them in simple ways, as well as more interesting use cases as well.
This is the session I will be doing with Luis Majano, where we will talk about Aspect Oriented Programming, and give you examples with the two primary AOP frameworks - ColdSpring and Wirebox. Should be good stuff!
All up, it looks like it's shaping up to be a great conference program, so I look forward to seeing everyone there!