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Does The HTTP Response Stream Need Error Event Handlers In Node.js? [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/26/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel takes an extensive look at what can go wrong with an HTTP response in Node.js and concludes that the HTTP response will never emit an error; or, at least, that such an error will never crash the server....

CFML: and, for that matter: not everything that looks like a struct actually is a struct [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 4/26/15 12:53 PM | Bugs, CFML, ColdFusion, Lucee
G'day:Coincidentally very similar issue (to "CFML: just cos something looks like an array doesn't mean it is an array") came up on Friday.I'll not bang on about it too much, but an Exception object is not a struct, despite appearances. Here's some repro code:// exception.cfmsampleStruct = {key="value"};writ

CFML: just cos something looks like an array doesn't mean it is an array [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 4/26/15 12:07 PM | CFML, Community Members, Java
G'day:One of my Aussie chums hit me up the other day, asking me for some help with some quirky code he was seeing. We worked out what the issue was, but it stands repeating because it was non-obvious from a CFMLer's point of view.The original code was along these lines:// original.cfmtime

Winning with Vagrant, Puppet and Chef [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 8:00 PM | Sessions
Speaker: Matt Gifford It works on your machine but not on a team mates? Coding on Windows but deploying to Linux? Or vice versa? Help remove the risk of deployment issues and problems sharing a codebase with your team members and use a project-wide development environment that is easy to manage and quick to install. Presented By Into The Box 2015 May 12th - 1 Day before devObjective() Get Your Ticket Now!

PHP: Silex Controller Providers [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 4/25/15 11:00 AM | PHP, Silex
G'day:I'm getting to this earlier than expected (see my observation in yesterday's article: "PHP: Service Providers with Silex")... I was able to write the code last night whilst watching telly, and now I'm stuck on a train due to "signal failure", so have a few (hopefully just a few ~) minutes to start writing this on my phone. Apologies for any autocorruptions I miss during p

Pixl8 - Sponsors ITB2015 [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | News, Sponsors
We are very excited to announce that Pixl8, the makers of PresideCMS, are part of the Into The Box Family and will be sponsoring this May and also giving a session on how to build websites with PresideCMS. So thank you for your support and can't wait to see your session. Pixl8 love all things digital, we specialize in full-service delivery from strategy, through production, quality assurance and on-going support. We deliver integrated solutions across intranet, internet and mobile technologies f

20 days Until Into The Box [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Uncategorized
Into The Box 2015 is only 3 weeks away! Don't forget to secure your ticket in time. This week's feature speaker is: Scott Coldwell Scott is a developer and sysadmin at Computer Know How and has been building the web since 2006. He loves elegant, simple solutions and helping others achieve the same. Q & A with Scott What made you want to speak at Into The Box 2015? I love ColdBox and its ecosystem and am excited to encourage developers to port their legacy apps to ColdBox! What does web developm

Intergral - FusionReactor - Sponsors ITB2015 [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | News, Sponsors
We are very excited to announce that Intergral, the makers of FusionReactor, FusionDebug, FusionAnalytics and much more will be sponsoring and presenting at Into The Box 2015 this May! They are not only an incredible company, but they know their stuff when it comes to server monitoring, profiling and analytics. Intergral is an established provider of application monitoring and analysis tools. Our flagship product, FusionReactor offers realtime insight into your applications, combined with our un

The Affect Of Back-Pressure When Piping Data Into Multiple Writable Streams In Node.js [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how back-pressure from a single destination stream, in Node.js, can completely stop the piping of data into multiple destination streams....

NoSQL for you and me [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Sessions
Speakers: Brad Wood & Curt Gratz Come enter the exciting world of document databases. In this session, we will permeate you with all the knowledge needed to do document modeling, Couchbase NoSQL server setup, integrations and app building. Presented By Into The Box 2015 May 12th - 1 Day before devObjective() Get Your Ticket Now!

Killing Shark-Riding Dinosaurs with ORM [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Sessions
Speaker: Joel Watson This advanced session will cover topics on how to leverage both CFML and ORM to start creating amazing applications that will be as lethal as a dinosaur riding a shark with an Uzi. We will cover ORM session management, virtual service layers, dynamic finders, dynamic counters and an enhanced Hibernate Criteria builder to create easy and programmatic HQL queries. Presented By Into The Box 2015 May 12th - 1 Day before devObjective() Get Your Ticket Now!

Learning Node.js: Building A Static File Server [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel learns about Node.js by building a static file server. This covers things like promises, streams, file IO, and multi-destination piping....

Consuming The Crypto Hash Algorithms As A Stream In Node.js [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how to consume the Crypto Hash object as a Transform Stream in Node.js. And, pontificates on the use of "legacy" to describe the former .update() and .digest() methods....

The User Experience (UX) Of Tipping As Personal Expression [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | User Experiernce (UX)
Ben Nadel talks about the user experience (UX) of tipping as personal expression and about how the Empire Cake Bakery turning tipping into so much more....

Function Hoisting, Prototype Chains, Exports, And process.nextTick() In Node.js [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how Function hoisting works in Node.js and how process.nextTick() can be used to defer execution until after a target class is fully defined....

Adventures In Angular, Episode 38: Performance With Ben Nadel [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML, Work
Ben Nadel appears on the Adventures in Angular podcast in which he pontificates on his love of JavaScript, AngularJS, performance tuning, and how that all gets applied at InVision App....

Registration for Iowa Code Camp is now open! [+]
Matt Busche's Blog | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | conferences
Registration for Iowa Code Camp is now open. The event is completely free for anyone who wants to attend and includes breakfast and lunch onsite and also an after party hosted by Robert Half Technology. The event is Saturday, May 9th from 8 am ...

Registration for Iowa Code Camp is now open! [+]
Matt Busche's blog | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | conferences
Registration for Iowa Code Camp is now open. The event is completely free for anyone who wants to attend and includes breakfast and lunch onsite and also an after party hosted by Robert Half Technology. The event is Saturday, May 9th from 8 am ...

Python 3 + Oracle on Ubuntu Server 14.04 [+]
Matt Woodward's Blog | 4/25/15 12:00 AM | GNU/Linux, Oracle, Python, Ubuntu Server
I'll invite my readers to check my previous post on this topic to get a sense of how I feel about Oracle.Small updates it seems to get cx_Oracle working with Python 3 on Ubuntu 14.04. Assume sudo/root for all the following.Download the RPM versions of both the basic and SDK clients for 11.2.0.4&

Mura Plugins Boot Camp: Day Two [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 4/25/15 12:00 AM
In Day One of this series, we took a look at the basics of a Mura CMS Plugin. In Day Two, we are going to see what's involved in getting our plugin to interact with Mura itself. This will cover the concepts of display objects, events, and custom class extensions.

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