Here are the slides from my presentation at ColdFusion Summit 2016. My presentation was on RESTFul services and how to have good design principles. How to tune them and scale them. Hope you enjoyed it.
The Into The Box 2015 conference has just been announced and I am super excited to be part of it for another year. This year it was a great success and such a great networking event with speakers and attendees from across the world. The call for speakers has been announced, so if you are interested in participating in this developer conference, please head over the call for speakers entry and fill it out to your heart's content. See you next year in Minneapolis!
I am very happy to announce that I will be speaking at another ColdBox Developer Week coming to a desktop, mobile, ipad, Android, etc near you! The ColdBox and ContentBox teams and several community members join forces each year to bring you a weekly FREE training online extravaganza. I am excited to be presenting on several topics not only about ColdBox but also about ContentBox,the modular CMS solution for CFML, this year as our *BOX products are growing.
When: September 22-26 from 9 am Pacific to late at night.... (Check out the site for your local timezone)
I am excited to be able to present to the fine folks of the London Railo Group next Friday May 30th at 6:30 pm on ColdBox 4 and CommandBox, our new CLI and Package Manager for CFML. So if you are in the London vicinity drop by for a sneak peak of ColdBox4, CommandBox and Pixel8's PresideCMS (Powered by ColdBox).
See you there!
I am very excited to be part of the first even BOX conference: Into The Box 2014 this May 13th, 2014. This 1-day conference will take place 1 day before this year's cf.Objective() in Minneapolis, MN and we have a great lineup of world renown speakers like Curt Gratz, Sean Corfield, Brad Wood, Adrian Moreno and so much more. Best of all, it is only $199 for a full day of sessions, free food, drinks, software, training and live entertainment.
See you there in May!
Thanks to the comments in our coding guidelines post we have added a ColdFusion Builder formatter. Just go to Eclipse Preferences > ColdFusion > Profiles > Formatter and click on the Import button. You can download our formatter from here: http://ortus-public.s3.amazonaws.com/ortus-formatter.xml
The Ortus coding guidelines can be found here http://wiki.coldbox.org/wiki/DevelopmentBestPractices.cfm. This includes several CFML and ColdBox guidelines to help with projects.
I just wanted to share the Ortus coding guidelines with the rest of the community. We have updated our coding guidelines document in our wiki: http://wiki.coldbox.org/wiki/DevelopmentBestPractices.cfm. This includes several CFML and ColdBox guidelines to help with projects. Would love any feedback.
Update: October 30, 2013
Thanks to the comments below we have added a ColdFusion Builder formatter. Just go to Eclipse Preferences > ColdFusion > Profiles > Formatter and click on the Import button. You can download our formatter form here: http://ortus-public.s3.amazonaws.com/ortus-formatter.xml
If you ever wanted to check out WireBox for dependency injection in your ColdFusion applications, you can check out the release of the Ortus WireBox RefCard. A great way to start and get a 20,000 foot view of the framework.
We just published part II of our integrating Couchbase NoSQL with ColdFusion series which focuses on Couchbase replication, XDCR, failovers and an intro to secondary caches for Hibernate: Check it out: