I came across this story while I was doing some research work on a building an agile database solution for my team. (I’ll be blogging more about this soon, as I know databases seems to always be the one place that catch people out while trying to be agile)
The story is called “
ColdFusion 10 has now been released with all the great new features:
Security enhancements Dynamic and interactive HTML5 charting Hotfix installer and notification Improved web services support Improved and revamped scheduler Object relational mapping enhancements Enhanced caching Support for HTML5 web sockets Enterprise Infrastructure Tomcat integration Microsoft® Office file interoperability Support […]
Well it’s finally here after all the waiting you can now get your hands on the latest release of ColdFusion and ColdFusion Builder.
Go grab it from here: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/coldfusion10/
For some time in the office we’ve been unable to use Mylyn with Jira due to the fact that we have to have SiteMinder SSO challenge in front of it. The Jira Connector by default doesn’t like this and so fails. I’ve had to do a few things with the Jira installation we have so […]
2011 is now behind us, and for me it was a very up and down year to say the least.
The first half of the year started off on a major up, I was offered a full time role at General Electric as Technical Lead for the Global VAT GST Systems team. I was already […]
Basically it’a a massive mashup of a load of Web API’s, that you can setup between the web services that you use across the net and let them interact with them. You create a “recipe” and share it with others.
The Adobe ColdFusion team have released: ColdFusion 9.0.1 : Cumulative Hot fix 2
Quite a few fixes in there, take a look at the details here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/918/cpsid_91836.html
Cumulative hotfix consists of all the previous security releases for 9.0.1 along with the cumulative hotfix 1.
They have also have added an additional fix to […]
ColdFusion Developer Week is a series of free, live webinars hosted by seasoned ColdFusion experts who will cover a wide range of topics from what ColdFusion is, how to code it, all the way through to more in depth topics such as ORM and ColdFusion Builder Extensions. If you are a new developer, someone with little or no ColdFusion experience, or even if you have been using ColdFusion all your life, this event is ideal for you. The ColdFusion Developer Week provides something for everyone, so sign up now!
Signup here: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=1489920&loc=en_us
My name is Kev McCabe (AKA BigMadKev) and the aim of this site is to document my journey trying to following the 4 Hour Body on losing weight and hopefully at the same time increasing my core body strengths.
Well that was the Year I was born (making me 31.5 now); […]
Like many other ColdFusion developers today, I too will say how I got started with ColdFusion.
Well I left high school in the summer of 1996 and went straight into a local training college and got my NVQ in Using Information Technology Level 2 which is the same as GCSEs grades A*-C and I got […]
Sometimes when you try to stop the ColdFusion Service windows service control times out and the jrun.exe / jrunsvc.exe don’t stop, and you have to kill them manually in task manager. This normally happens when you have Debugging setup and so you have JRun listening on an additional port it just never stops.
After I released my ColdFusion Builder /
Eclipse cheat sheet which contains some handy shortcut keys for daily
development, I got quite a few responses back thanking me for some new
shortcuts they never knew about.
So this got me thinking, although it’s all
well and good having […]
Then it’s about time you upgraded to the latest version from Oracle, why?
Adobe have now certified 1.6.0_24 against CF8+
A few weeks ago I did a session at the UKCFUG on Eclipse Tips & Tricks, from the session I created a very simple cheat sheet of some of the coolest keyboard shortcuts I know about. (The cheat sheet is here if you want a copy)
Also as part of the […]
I know all the rage is to move your SCM over to GIT or Mercurial but working for a Large corp, it takes a long time to get people to change their minds. So we’re stuck with using Subversion, which I suppose if better then being stuck with CVS. So lets be thankful for small […]