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Comment on Presentation Files of Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2018 by jBrodeur
Comment on Asynchronous Programming In ColdFusion (2018) by jBrodeur
Comment on 2019 CFSummt Vegas – ColdFusion Specialist Program by jBrodeur
Comment on Thoughts on the ColdFusion Specialist Program In-Person Segment by jBrodeur
Comment on Installing an SSL Certificate into ColdFusion’s Trust Store by jBrodeur
Comment on Thoughts on the ColdFusion Specialist Program In-Person Segment by jBrodeur
jBrodeur 2019 CFSummt Vegas – ColdFusion Specialist Program Are the videos posted yet for the specialist program that we are supposed to digest prior? The post 2019 CFSummt Vegas – ColdFusion Specialist Program appeared first on ColdFusion. ColdFusion Summit
Comment on ColdFusion Builder – Dark Mode by jBrodeur
jBrodeur Attending ColdFusion Summit 2019 was worth my while An associate and I were just conferring on the number of nuggets we get from these summits. The Adobe products crew & engineers seem to be enhancing the platform in useful and meaningful ways.  It’s always intriguing to see how other
Comment on Thoughts on the ColdFusion Specialist Program Exam by jBrodeur
jBrodeur Attending ColdFusion Summit 2018 was worth my while I’ve been programming with ColdFusion full time since 2000 and I finally attended a summit at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas this year (2018). The developers were treated quite well and the benefits outweight the fees for certain.   So
jBrodeur ColdFusion Builder – Dark Mode In Coldfusion Builder (my version is 3.2), there is a built-in option for a “Dark” theme. I happen to prefer “Dark-Mode” themes, especially on my laptop and phones for battery savings and I find it easier on my eyes. The dark theme can be applied using
Charlie Arehart

David (and to commenter jBrodeur), be aware of a couple of things.

First, let me offer an important clarification on David’s showing WHERE to put the cert. (I realize he admits to being new to this topic, so I'm just expanding in his post and protecting the unsuspecting