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ColdFusion Summit 2019 – Presentation Files

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October 11, 2019 10:59:38 AM GMT
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<p>The seventh edition of ColdFusion Summit happened in Vegas from Oct 1st – 2nd. There were more than 500 attendees from 320+ accounts being represented. We had four tracks with 40 sessions. Thank you to everyone that attended Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2019 and to the Presenters for the awesome sessions! Thanks to all the Presenters for sharing their slide decks. Please find below the content from the sessions: ColdFusion and Vue – building CFML-powered reactive applications – Matt Gifford ::  […]</p>
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Labels: Adobe ColdFusion Summit, Announcements, Uncategorized

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Thanks, Kishore!
Comment by Charlie Arehart
2424 | October 11, 2019 05:03:20 PM GMT
Thanks Kishore for sharing the presentations
Comment by ubhimani
2427 | October 14, 2019 10:29:57 AM GMT
Where is the CF 2020 features / slides?
Comment by NateDood
2438 | October 15, 2019 12:09:26 PM GMT
I noticed that all of the sessions were recorded.  Are those recordings going to be made available?  It would help fill in context from the slides - particularly for sessions I was unable to attend.
Comment by pvandermn
2437 | October 15, 2019 12:44:37 PM GMT
They should be starting to roll out soon, now that the India summit has finished!  :)
Comment by Vicky Ryder
3579 | December 15, 2019 10:03:14 AM GMT
On Facebook - <span><a href="https://www.facebook.com/AdobeColdFusion/" rel="nofollow">https://www.facebook.com/AdobeColdFusion/</a> </span> Only 2 so far - <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCUMP7Nr8Oa0_BPpD8MUgAQ" rel="nofollow">https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCUMP7Nr8Oa0_BPpD8MUgAQ</a> <span>2019 Adobe ColdFusion Summit Autumn Keynote with Ashish Garg</span> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qQ9M3yG6bw&fbclid=IwAR23la3Z6cxlgAW80FtKbbwpzWEXJU93jkhrVbqzphAqwmgRw79NH5SBSoM" rel="nofollow"><span>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qQ9M3yG6bw&fbclid=IwAR23la3Z6cxlgAW80FtKbbwpzWEXJU93jkhrVbqzphAqwmgRw79NH5SBSoM</span></a>   <span>Reinforcement Learning with ColdFusion by Minh Vo</span> <span><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCQRPylYKbI&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR193-qnyKrZ6kXNRcDxtP0ipWYfoK0YdFcmocekBIs2HnVld1Eit87Oqhw" rel="nofollow">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCQRPylYKbI&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR193-qnyKrZ6kXNRcDxtP0ipWYfoK0YdFcmocekBIs2HnVld1Eit87Oqhw</a> </span>
Comment by GavinPickin
3583 | December 23, 2019 07:13:18 PM GMT
Session videos are being released. Check the ColdFusion Facebook page or my LinkedIn page or Twitter for the moment. I will be posting soon.  SPEAKERS: If your slides are not provided here in a manner I can download for embedding into videos, I won't be able to publish your session. Those of you with embedded or read-only access, that's you. ;)
Comment by Vicky Ryder
3587 | December 24, 2019 06:02:18 AM GMT
I can't seem to comment anymore. What am I missing! :)
Comment by Vicky Ryder
3586 | December 24, 2019 06:09:43 AM GMT
Vicky, all our comments are moderated, without warning. Can sometimes be days. Causes frequent confusion, sadly.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
3590 | December 24, 2019 01:42:41 PM GMT
Vicky, thanks so much for your efforts here. As for the last sentence, do you mean for instance that if our talk was offered as a PDF, that (being read only) would be a problem? This is just the first we've heard anything about the process or any requirements to help you. If someone needs to give you a "writable" version, where should they send it?
Comment by Charlie Arehart
3589 | December 24, 2019 01:47:25 PM GMT
This is the first time I've encountered slide decks that are view-able only online, without a download option (as far as I can tell.) I'm referring to people who provide links to their own websites, wherein the slide show is embedded in the site header.. or they link directly to a PPT or similar doc in the cloud that is in embedded presentation format. Anything I can download and easily export to high res images is fine. PDFs are perfect. PPTs are good. In some cases, where a speaker has embedded video into a slide, I can export the video to retain the nice dynamics. I haven't found an easy way to know if there's video, though, without watching every slide.  That's a question I'd send to the speaker list. I have requested to be added to future speaker lists, because there are usually things any willing speaker could do to help assure quality. I try not to set hard & fast rules, because a speaker's comfort & attendee's experience on-site is priority. (Whoever sits in these sessions either with a pen-clicking habit, or possibly trimming their toenails (??) might think about the speaker and the people around them, though.  And if  you're not done with that loud-even-without-amplification potato chip bag in the first minute or two, put it down.) So.. the process is.. anyone who wants their session published as a video needs to provide Kishore with links to downloadable decks for posts like this one. For now, they can append this post with the same in a comment.  HTH!
Comment by Vicky Ryder
3593 | December 24, 2019 08:31:59 PM GMT
Ah, ok. thanks.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
3594 | December 26, 2019 05:55:42 PM GMT