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Michaela Light More you missed from Adobe ColdFusion 10, 11, And 2016 with Charlie Arehart   Charlie Arehart talks about “More you missed from Adobe ColdFusion 10, 11, And 2016” in this episode of the CF Alive Podcast, with host Michaela Light. Are you moving up to CF2016, or maybe 11? In doing so
Michaela Light Better Bug Squashing (New Issue Tracking Tool) with Kirk Deis   Kirk Deis talks about “Better Bug Squashing (New Issue Tracking Tool)” in this episode of ColdFusion Alive Podcast, with host Michaela Light. Show notes What is the problem with how you find bug issues now? User emails
Michaela Light CFCamp 2018 Announcements and Big Expectations “What is CFCamp CFCamp was created with the purpose of providing general training for both beginner and advanced level CFML programmers. The conference began life in 2008 with 100 attendees and 9 sessions. In 2011 we revived
Michaela Light How to do a Thorough Test of ColdFusion Web Applications How upsetting is it to have a deployed ColdFusion application that is full of bugs and issues? Is the cost of going back and fixing the problems hurting your bottom line? Are you concerned that proper testing procedures were
Michaela Light Adobe ColdFusion 2018: Step into the Aether The wait is over. Adobe ColdFusion 2018 has arrived! After speaking with Rakshith Naresh in our episode “Revealing the ColdFusion 2018 Roadmap Details”, we discussed some of what was going to be revealed in ColdFusion 2018. He was very
Michaela Light Is Control Better than Speed for your ColdFusion Apps? Do you feel like your company is moving in slow-motion? Would you like your company to be more agile and flexible? What about your ColdFusion applications? Do they move as quickly and efficiently as you would like? Speed requires
Michaela Light Muracon 2018- Comprehensive List of Speakers and Presentations Pt. 2 “It’s not about what we make, it’s about what we make happen.”      – Park Howell After the first day, no one seemed tired! Workshop: Intro to Docker & Containers by Bret Fisher Day two of the conference started
Michaela Light Easily Moving from Legacy Code Hell to Modern CFML Heaven We’ve all seen the hell of old legacy code in our ColdFusion applications. Non-framework code, spaghetti code, duplicate code, or unused code (Deadwood)… it’s all the same. Maintenance efficiency is a thing of the past
Michaela Light Which CF conferences will you be attending this year? The year 2017 was very “generous” with conferences about ColdFusion. If we take a look how many of them were, plus webinars and other online resources, we can say it’s the best so far. And to think that a year or two back, people
Michaela Light Hugs for Ray Camden (cfjedimaster’s wife Jeanne died May 23rd) Ray Camden’s wife Jeanne who died suddenly on May 23rd, 2018. Ray has been known in the ColdFusion world as cfjedimaster for many years. I felt sad reading this devastating news. Losing a life partner is hard. It sucks
Michaela Light Which is Better for your Company and ColdFusion Apps? Control or Speed? Do you feel like your company is moving in slow-motion? Would you like your company to be more agile, which is to be nimble or the ability to move quickly and easily. What about your ColdFusion applications? Do
Michaela Light Is Lucee CFML now better than Adobe ColdFusion? Software innovation, like almost every other kind of innovation, requires the ability to collaborate and share ideas with other people, and to sit down and talk with customers and get their feedback and understand their needs. -Bill