Tonight! CF's XML Capabilities and CFForm Enhancements

The Maryland CFUG in cooperation with the new Online ColdFusion Meetup Group will have 2 speakers starting at 6:30pm US Eastern time tonight! The meeting will be broadcast via Breeze and you're welcome to join.

Douglas Ward will present CF's XML Capabilities, followed by Simon Horwith's CFForm Enhancements.

The meeting URL is http://mmsupport.breezecentral.com/r59782284/

More information is available at:
http://www.talkingtree.com/meetup/ and
http://coldfusion.meetup.com/17/events/4500245/

Don't forget to check out CFUnited 2005, the premier ColdFusion conference run by TeraTech's industrious Michael Smith.

CFMX 7 Podcast Series: Clustering and Sourceless Deploy

Second in this series of podcasts is a reading of the Macromedia Devnet article on managing clusters by Geoffrey Greene and Erik Tierney.

Managing Clusters with Enterprise Manager and Packaging Applications in ColdFusion MX 7
Package and deploy EAR and WAR files, and manage instances and clusters with the Enterprise Manager.


To subscribe to the ColdFusion podcasts you can set your podcast-enabled blog aggregator such as iPodderor Feed Demon to the ColdFusion Podcast RSS 2.0 feed.>.

This sound quality of this podcast is an improvement over my first now that I'm using a professional microphone, although it was a challenge to complete the reading since I'm just recovering from a cold where I lost my voice last week. After having read Jake Ludington's article titled, Create Podcasts Using Your PC, I decided that the toy microphone that had sitting around wasn't going to cut it and I would need something better. I used his article on creating a podcasting kit as a guideline.

I purchased a microphone and a pre-amp at a Guitar Center in Natick for a much better price than anywhere online. I couldn't find a cheap mini compressor anywhere so I decided to opt out of that. The service at Guitar Center was great a gentleman named Alain explained everything I would need to know from how to use a pre-amp to which buttons to push and where to plug in the various wires.