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An OpenWhisk Monitor/Alert POC [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/27/17 10:00 PM
A few weeks back I posted (Monitoring OpenWhisk Activity) about how you can monitor your OpenWhisk activity. One of the things I made note of is that it would be nice to have an “alert” system such that I could specify that if a certain action began performing poorly, I could get an alert. Now “poor” is a fairly nebulous term, but today I worked on a little demo that I’d like to

Global Ransomware Outbreak Prevention [+]
Chris Tierney | 6/27/17 7:00 PM | Uncategorized, ransomware, Windows
A new ransomware, using the same attack as WannaCry, is hitting the world hard today on Windows PC’s. Here’s some steps to prevent this from happening to you: 1. Don’t click on links inside emails that you aren’t 100% positive you know what they do.

FusionReactor features in the DZone Guide to Java: Development and Evolution [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 6/27/17 6:00 PM | News
DZone have just published the 2017 Guide to Java: Development and Evolution and FusionReactor are featured in it. The 2017 Guide to Java explores upcoming features of Java 9, how to make your apps backwards-compatible, a look into whether Microservices are right for you, and using the Futures API in Java. You can download it for free from […]

Will You Be Automated or Will You Invent Shipwrecks? [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 6/27/17 6:00 PM
With the advent of and popularity of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and solutions based on it, there’s been a lot of discussion about which jobs will be replaced by increasingly intelligent technology. Previous jobs were eaten by the information age and gave birth to the Knowledge Worker. So what comes after that? The Wisdom Worker.

[Video] The Wisdom Worker in the Digital Experience (Robert Rose) - MuraCon 2017 [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 6/27/17 6:00 PM
In this MuraCon 2017 Keynote by Robert Rose of the Content Marketing Institute, Robert shares how we can transcend "knowledge worker" status to become an infinitely more valuable "wisdom worker" by "inventing shipwrecks."

Using BEM Class Names To Guide Module Structure In ReactJS 15.6.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/25/17 10:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel contemplates using a BEM (Block Element Modifier) mindset as a means to bring logic and constraint to the module structure in a React.js application. By keeping BEM class names together, you keep cohesion around classes that change for the same reason....

Hello World With Webpack And TypeScript 2.3.4 In React 15.6.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/24/17 10:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel experiments with React.js using TypeScript and Webpack. This adds type safety to React without the "propTypes" object....

PineBook64 Unboxing & First Impressions [+]
The Rich Blog | 6/24/17 4:00 AM

Looking for CF people, or CF work? What can you do? [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 6/23/17 11:00 PM | community, are_you_looking_for_cf_people_or_work
I'm often asked by clients or folks in the community about whether I know anyone who could do some CF development work--or how they can find someone, and I'm as often asked by developers whether I know of any gigs or how they can find them. I do have a pretty standard answer, and it's not what I think most would expect to hear in reply. Indeed, after putting together a rather more extended version of that answer for a client today, I thought it may be worthy of a blog post. I've just added som

Adobe MAX Early Bird Pricing Ending Soon [+]
Ben Forta | 6/23/17 5:00 PM | Appearances, AdobeMAX17, MAX
Adobe MAX 2017 is coming to Las Vegas, NV, this October. And you have just one more week to register at Early Bird pricing ($300 off).

Another Form Processor Option - LiveForm [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/23/17 3:00 PM
As a proponent of static site generators, one of the things I keep an eye out for are services that work well with them and provide functionality you lose after going static. Probably the most important of these are form handlers. Just being able to build a simple contact form can be incredibly helpful. On my site I use Formspree and in the past I’ve used FormKeep. Today I’m going to quickly review another new

Materials from My "Spielberg, Not Shakespeare" Presentation at UBTech 2017 [+]
Iterate Me: Brian Klass | 6/22/17 4:00 PM | Conferences, Educational Technology
I always enjoy the UBTech conference. It's an interesting mix of instructional technologists, faculty, administrative deans, and senior IT staff. The sessions are diverse as well, and I always learn quite a bit. I presented the latest version of my "Spielberg, Not Shakespeare" talk at the conference. Additionally, the team at Sonic Foundry did a really nice

Update on My Random Comic Book Character API [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/21/17 7:00 PM
So today’s post isn’t necessarily that interesting - but I try to live by the rule of blogging everything that causes me trouble. Earlier this week I blogged about creating a “Random Comic Book Character” API. In the post, I ended with a simple HTML demo that displayed a random character on page load. Initially my plan had been to send an email every d

Lucee 5 ColdFusion Scheduled Tasks [+]
Chris Tierney | 6/21/17 4:00 PM | ColdFusion Servers, Lucee, Scheduled Tasks
Lucee 5.0 – (current version) has a bug in scheduled tasks that seems to affect both Windows and Linux servers. When scheduling a task, they end up getting marked as “expired” and never run. Not sure how this issue has made it this far into revisions, but as of this post it’s still an issue. You can work

Adobe ColdFusion Feedback Survey [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 6/21/17 7:00 AM | Adobe ColdFusion
This post is to seek feedback from you about ColdFusion via a survey. Here is the survey link. It should take less than two minutes of your time to fill up this survey. We look forward to your valuable feedback.  

SacInteractive: What you don't know about your own resume [+]
South of Shasta | 6/20/17 10:00 PM | SacInteractive
This Wednesday at SacInteractive we have Josh Gurin from TekSystems coming to talk about "What you don't know about your own resume".

Enabling API Management for Serverless with OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/20/17 8:00 PM
I’ve shared more than a few examples of OpenWhisk APIs that I’ve shared with API management but I haven’t actually detailed what that process is like. Today I’m going to review what exactly it is, how you enable it, and how you make use of it. As with most things I say here about OpenWhisk, remember that this is still fairly new and some of the details will probably change in the future. What is API Management? Let&rsqu

Developers, Can't Live With 'em, Can't Deprecate 'em [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 6/20/17 3:00 PM | Business Of Development
When last we checked in with Bob and the Muse (part 1 - applications) they were trying to come to grips with Bob's complex... I mean his application's complexity. We are now at the stage called "developer involvement" where he and the Muse are... [More]

Using % (Percent) For In-Line Styles In Angular 4.2.3 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/20/17 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that the "%" (percent) symbol can be used to define in-line CSS styles using the template syntax in Angular 4.2.3....

Why is Estimating So Dang Hard [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 6/19/17 9:00 PM | Business Of Development
Let's go Live to Bob and the Muse Consider this typical interaction with a prospective customer: Muse: Tell me what you need Bob. Bob: I have an application hosted on ColdFusion 9. I want to upgrade to the latest version and move it t...

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