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
Speaking time is 30 minutes long (although if you need more time, it can be arranged).
So if you have something you can present, or even an idea
of something you can present, please write it up on the WIKI
page, and share it with the rest of us.
Remember, CFCAMP is for the CF community, so the more your help out, the more your help your community.
If you aren't going to speak, don't forget to register
for the event, it should be a great day, and the venerable Ben Forta will be down to join us well!
Just a quick note - I'll be moving this site, and transfer-orm.com to a VPS over the next few days, so I apologise if there is any downtime.
We should be back up again shortly.
A reminder for the upcoming Melbourne CFUG! Still in our new boardroom! No more
tiny cramped room for us!
NGA.net, Level 2, 17 Raglan St, South Melbourne
18th of October, Meeting starts at 7:00, so get there before hand (doors
open at 6:30).
himself is going to talk to us over Connect about the
Luis Majano is a Computer Engineer currently employed at ESRI
(Environmental Systems Research Institute) in sunny Redlands,
California. Please Support GIS!!. He graduated from Florida
International University and holds an Advanced Coldfusion MX 6,7
Developer Certifications. He has over 7 years experience in software
development, networking and system design. He is also a freelance
engineer and president of Ortus Solutions, Corp.
ColdBox is a proven event-driven CFC based ColdFusion Framework,
specifically designed for high availability web applications. The
purpose behind ColdBox was to create a fast & stable development
methodology that could be shared among several developers. It makes
use of an MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern implemented via
CFC's. It uses event handler CFC's that hold all the code necessary to
prepare views, call model CFC's or a business layer (Soap/ws/xml/J2EE)
and render views (HTML).
If you are going to attend, please RSVP to: mark [dot] mandel [at] gmail [dot] com
Only those that RSVP are eligible for the door prizes, so make sure you apply!
See the CFUG Melbourne Calendar at:
Or add to your Google Calendar - search for 'CFUG Melbourne'.
As per usual, we'll grab pizza during the evening, so we have
something to scoff down!
Look forward to seeing you all there.
I've been given the opportunity to have my VPS where I am currently
hosting, with the free choice of OS, and pretty much any set up I want.
My initial thought was to set it up on Ubuntu
server, simply because, since switching to Ubuntu as my primary OS, I am far
more familiar with it as a Linux platform than I ever could be on a RedHat based one.
Now, I know that Ubuntu is not a supported platform, however -
1) I've been running CF8 on Ubuntu for development, and had 0 issues, from installation to use.
2) It's my VPS, so I'm happy to have a bit of an experiment.
3) I really don't feel like learning CentOS (Yeah.. I know.. lazy).
What do you guys reckon? Anyone been running CF8 on a Debian based
distro, and faced any issues? Can anyone think of any issues that could
trip me up?
Here is the release of JavaLoader
, version 0.5.
It pretty much does exactly the same thing that the previous versions
however, it now works in ColdFusion 8, when the setting 'Disable access
to internal ColdFusion Java components
' is turned on, as it uses its
own JavaProxy CFC
, which may often be turned on on shared hosts.
That's really about it, nothing more interesting than that.
Download JavaLoader v0.5 from here.