The joint meeting of the Boston ColdFusion User Group and the Online ColdFusion Meetup Group has just concluded. If you missed out on the event you can watch the recording. Mike Nimer of Adobe presented Flex 2 and ColdFusion integration to a local and online audience, broadcasting live from the Adobe office in Newton, MA.

Flex 2 and ColdFusion Integration
Mike Nimer, ColdFusion Software Engineer, Adobe
You can read what online guests thought of this presentation.

You may also be interested in a related Adobe Tech Wednesday presentation:

Flex Enterprise Services Overview
William Wechtenhiser, Director Flex Enterprise Services, Adobe

Also of interest today is an article on by Brian Kotek:
Take advantage of an opportunity while the ColdFusion landscape is hot

"The FlexBuilder IDE contains some excellent ColdFusion development tools, and allows you to literally build an entire Flex application in minutes. If you have seen Ruby's scaffolding in action, you will have an idea of how rapidly you can use FlexBuilder to create Flex apps and all the related ColdFusion server-side components. The impact that Flex 2.0 is going to have, not just on ColdFusion development but on Web development as a whole, is (in my humble opinion) going to be huge."