There has been so much going on with cf.Objective(ANZ)
, that I haven't even had time to blog about it!
In case you missed the announcements, the pricing is now online
, with the early bird price being lower than last years, at $749.00 including GST, valid until the 31st of August.
There are a series of 1 day workshops
the day before the conference as well, covering ColdFusion Performance tuning, Flex 4 and ColdFusion, and Arduino hardware with ColdFusion. Charlie Arehart
, Kai Koenig
, and Justin McLean
are running these workshops respectively, and you couldn't ask for better instructors.
While each track of the 2 day conference has yet to be finalised, almost all of the sessions that will be available are now online
, and we have some fantastic content again this year, with some speakers that I am very excited about. The usual slew of amazing ANZ dignitaries will be joining us, also with international speakers such as Gert Franz
, Mark Drew
, Mark Blair
, Mike Brunt
and Tim Buntel
(Or maybe 'semi-international' would be a better fit? Mark Blair moved to San Francisco and then came back, Tim Buntel now lives in Sydney... ;o) ).
I'm really happy with the way this conference is coming together this year, and providing some really unique ColdFusion content for the ANZ region. We've got some great training, some great speakers, some great sessions, it's looking like it's going to be a fantastic time all around.
and I are back at it again, with a one day pre-conference lab at Adobe MAX
this year covering an introduction to Object Relational Mapping in ColdFusion 9.
As the description states:
Learn about one of the most compelling new features in Adobe ColdFusion 9 from two seasoned ColdFusion veterans. This release includes the integration of Hibernate, an enterprise-class, Java based ORM. Join us to hear how to get started using ColdFusion 9 ORM features in your next project. Through interactive learning and hands-on labs, we'll start with the basics and work together to add features to an application that takes advantage of the ORM. Then we'll discuss best practices and potential pitfalls, making this an ideal combination of introductory material and tips and tricks.
If you are interested in getting your feet wet with ColdFusion 9 ORM, you can get more information on the MAX pre-conference page
Hope to see you there!