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United Airlines Discounts for Into The Box 2017 [+]
Into the Box Conference | 1/17/17 5:00 PM | News, Sponsors
We are so excited to announce discounts from [United Airlines](www.united.com) for all of our Into The Box attendees. The percentage of discounts fluctuates on fares and locations but can be up to 10% off your domestic or international airfare or any car rental from the Houston International Airport (IAH). Just use the following discount code: **ZY5U** when you are booking your travel via the United Airlines website or when calling their service department.

2016 in review: favorite CArehart ColdFusion posts of the year [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 1/17/17 3:00 PM | contributions, cf2016, troubleshooting, tips
I thought it may be useful to gather up a categorized listing of my most (seemingly) helpful/resourceful blog posts of the past year, to help others be aware of them (and indeed to help me be reminded). I have left out ones announcing upcoming conferences that have since passed, and such. This focuses on those which I hope may be helpful for readers still and perhaps for years to come. While blogs seem to be waning in general popularity, they're as ever a useful way for information to be shared

No more ColdFusion 10 Security patches/updates from Adobe, as “Core Support” ends in May 2017 [+]
ColdFusion Solution | 1/17/17 6:00 AM | Technologgy, Web, Adobe, ColdFusion, Core Support, Security, Support
The “Core Support” for ColdFusion 9 ends on December 31, 2014. That means, no more Security patches/updates by Adobe for this version of ColdFusion after December 2014. The detailed timelines are mentioned here in the EOL Matrix. What is Core Support then? Core support is the time frame wherein the product and the support programs are available. […]

Computer Know How - Sponsors ITB2017 [+]
Into the Box Conference | 1/16/17 10:00 PM | News, Sponsors
We are excited to announce the bronze sponsorship of Computer Know How for the Into The Box 2017 Conference. We have been partners with CKH for several years and they are an amazing web application development company. Thank you for your patronage, and continuing support. We are excited to see them in Houston this April! Please remember that time is counting down, so get your ticket now while seats are available! Reserve Ticket CKH was born in 1997. Our talented and experienced team of 11 has a

Incredibly: a reader asks me for help with PHP & Nginx [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/15/17 1:00 AM | Nginx, PHP
G'day:Jesus fuck, you lot. Don't ask me shit about systems support / server application config / all that godawful shit that should be consigned to the Systems Support Team (sorry to my mates in this role, but I fucking hate it, and became a dev so I didn't have to do it any more).Right so ages ago I wrote an article "PHP: getting PHP 5 and PHP 7 running side by side on the same machine

Incredibly: a reader asks me for help with Nginx [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/15/17 12:00 AM | Nginx, PHP
G'day:Jesus fuck, you lot. Don't ask me shit about systems support / server application config / all that godawful shit that should be consigned to the Systems Support Team (sorry to my mates in this role, but I fucking hate it, and became a dev so I didn't have to do it any more).Right so ages ago I wrote an article "PHP: getting PHP 5 and PHP 7 running side by side on the same machine

PHP: 2000 words on elseif (and PHPMD) [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/14/17 9:00 PM | PHP, PHPMD
G'day:This is another one that just lives up to the definitive notion of a blog: a web log; a log of what I'm doing. But, like... web-based. A blog. What I basically mean is that I'm not sure I'm showing any insight here (look: I basically know I'm not), but it's what I looked at today, so it's what I'm writing about today.We're trying to lift our game when it comes to our code "Cleanliness" (in the RC Martin "Clean Code" sense), and we've started more rigorously using

Using BEM (Block Element Modifier) And Emulated View Encapsulation In Angular 2.4.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/14/17 2:00 PM | HTML / CSS, Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel ponders the use of the CSS philosophy know as BEM - Block, Element, Modifier - and what kind of roles it serves in an Angular 2 application that is using emulated view encapsulation. I think it's still helpful....

Job Opening - ColdFusion Developer, ORM, FW1 & AngularJS - Jan 2017 [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 1/13/17 9:00 PM | Job Openings
Yes it is that time again. The Muse wants to add another talented developer to his aggregate brain. If you think you might qualify send your resume (yes, we would like a resume) to jobs@cfwebtools.com Please note: All of our developer jobs are rem...

Why we're moving away from ColdFusion [+]
Dopefly Tech Blog | 1/13/17 6:00 PM | ColdFusion
Many of you know me and where I work. If not, let's just say it's a big place with lots of smart people who all have their own motivations that generally align with making money. Over the past couple decades, we've had an increasing number of ColdFusion applications, mostly on the company intranet. At this point we have literally thousands of CF sites and apps, developed by hundreds of skilled and unskilled ColdFusion developers. We also have a heavy investment into server architecture to suppor

Syncing Local PouchDB Data With Remote IBM Cloudant Database In Angular 2.4.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/13/17 2:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel explores bi-directional data replication between a local PouchDB database in an Angular 2 application and a remote CouchDB database provided by IBM Cloudant....

[FRS-418] FusionReactor Cloud Firewall DNS and Static IP address rules [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 1/12/17 1:00 PM | Support, Technotes, FRS, FRS-418
FusionReactor Cloud Firewall DNS and Static IP address rules

Creating Zipped Actions in OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/10/17 10:00 PM
As I continue my journey of learning serverless and OpenWhisk, today I’m going to talk about another way to deploy your code - zipped actions. So what do we mean by zipped actions? Previously I demonstrated creating actions based on single files. So action Cat was based on the file cat.js. You can also create actions as a sequence of other actions. Zipped actions are basically JavaScript files packed up as a npm module.

SacInteractive - 10 Tips to Save Development Time [+]
South of Shasta | 1/10/17 9:00 PM
This month at SacInteractive, join us this month as Dave Jones shows us 10 ways you can Turbo Charge your software development process. The tips we will cover in this talk will make you a more efficient coder, reducing the time spent on the repetitive, mundane things you do every day while writing code. We'll look at things like: how to master your IDE, writing code with fewer key strokes, making the command line your friend, and how to maintain focus.

Creating Packaged Actions in OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/10/17 8:00 PM
As I continue my journey of learning serverless and OpenWhisk, today I’m going to talk about another way to deploy your code - packaged actions. So what do we mean by packaged actions? Previously I demonstrated creating actions based on single files. So action Cat was based on the file cat.js. You can also create actions as a sequence of other actions. Packaged actions are basically JavaScript files packed up as a npm module.

CommandBox 3.5.0 Released [+]
ColdBox Blog | 1/10/17 4:00 PM | CommandBox, News, Releases
We are pleased to announce the final release of CommandBox 3.5.0. This is a minor release, with 53 completed tickets-- most of which are server enhancements focused on making server management and configuration easy across any engine. This version has been in release candidate for a few weeks and has received a lot of testing. As a minor release, there are no compatibility-breaking changes to any of the public APIs, but there has been some necessary restructuring of the back end bits related to

CommandBox 3.5.0 Released [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/10/17 4:00 PM | CommandBox, News, Releases
We are pleased to announce the final release of CommandBox 3.5.0. This is a minor release, with 53 completed tickets-- most of which are server enhancements focused on making server management and configuration easy across any engine. This version has been in release candidate for a few weeks and has received a lot of testing. As a minor release, there are no compatibility-breaking changes to any of the public APIs, but there has been some necessary restructuring of the back end bits related to

Injecting "Newable" Classes Using TypeScript And Dependency-Injection In Angular 2.4.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/10/17 2:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to inject a "newable" type into a component or service in Angular 2 using TypeScript. This approach creates a Class that acts as both the type annotation and the dependency-injection token....

ColdFusion Nginx Connector – Initial Performance Numbers [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/10/17 9:00 AM | Adobe ColdFusion 2016, Nginx
We recently announced the availability of Nginx connector for ColdFusion 2016. This post talks about the initial performance numbers we have seen with ColdFusion and Nginx. The numbers seen are only indicative. Continued efforts are being put to improve performance on Nginx Connectors. The Specifics on installing and configuring connector are listed

Quick Tip for Testing OpenWhisk Actions Locally [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/9/17 10:00 PM
I’d like to share a quick tip for working with OpenWhisk. Credit for this goes to my coworker Carlos Santana. When working with OpenWhisk, you need to deploy your code to the cloud in order to test it. This is a very quick operation (and can be even quicker with the Visual Studio Code extension but it can be a bit annoying

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