CFUNITED

As the organizer of the Online ColdFusion Meetup Group I'd like help spread the word that CFUNITED's Michael Smith and I have been sponsoring online previews of the topics which will be presented in full at the conference. These previews cover ColdFusion development as well as related web technologies. Moreover, the CFLive! talks are given by the original speaker for the topic, and they are intended to provide a summary and flavor of the subject matter so that you can decide if you'd like to add it to your conference schedule to hear the full session.

These talks are about 1/2 hour including time for Q&A, usually Thursdays at noon US/Eastern time. (Timezone Help)

The url for the Breeze meeting is listed in the MORE INFORMATION section of the RSVP page. In the Breeze Meeting, just click the button to login as GUEST with no password but enter your name when prompted, and then you'll join the meeting from your browser.

If you've never used Breeze, get a quick overview.

UPCOMING CFLIVE!

CFLive! Broadcasting Live from CFUNITED



Using the Message Board, I usually post the recorded meeting URL so anyone can view it later if you missed it. In addition, I'll update the CFLive! recordings here as well.

PAST CFLIVE! 2006 EVENTS


Doug Ward Fundamentals of Good Usability

Nate Nelson: SQL Query Optimization

Nate Nelson: Advanced SQL Programming

Rob Gonda on AJAX for ColdFusion

Simon Horwith on Building Better Software

John Paul Ashenfelter on Agile Programming

Steve Rittler on FarCry CMS

Jeff Peters on XML

Michael Smith on Architecting Applications

Jeremy Kadlec on SQL Server 2005

Hal Helms on Duck Typing

Michael Smith on MindMapping

Ray Camden on CFCs and on Verity Searching


Why CFUNITED ?

CFUNITED is the only conference of its kind that is run by developers, for developers. What this means is that the topics are exactly what web developers need to learn now and are based on real world experience. There are real users in the case studies so you can see what your colleagues at other organizations are doing. It also means that the marketing fluff stops at the door -- so you can learn more from other developers! CFUNITED unites the whole ColdFusion and web development community.