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Episode 5 Wrapup - ColdFusion & Java Integration

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Recording URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/p41416702/

Google Docs Show Notes

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AQYFGhjRf3sZYWpiNzh2aGo1eDgyXzRjYzh4a2tmYg&hl=en

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Episode 5 - ColdFusion and Java Integration

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episode 5 - return of the gurus

Overview

Three brilliant minds will be panelists in this session where we'll take a serious look at harnessing the power of Java via ColdFusion. These panelists have all made amazing strides in this area and we'll discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using Java in your CF apps. Please note: this episode will be broadcast at 8:00PM EST to accomodate our mates down under.

Panelists

Your panelists for this session are:

Moderators

Your moderators are: Dan Vega, Todd Sharp.

URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/cfpanel/

Date/Time

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 8:00PM EST
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Episode 4 Wrapup - Flex & AIR, why should I care

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As a part of the show wrap up I will try and provide some show notes in case there are any links that are mentioned during the panel. This weeks notes are a incomplete but I will try and keep them a little more updated in the future.

Recording URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/p84413069/

Google Docs Show Notes

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AZ5xuzJOSHviZGhuOG5uODVfMTAzY2todGs3Y2s&hl=en

Episode 4 - Flex & AIR, Why should I care

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Overview

In this episode we'll talk about Flex & AIR and why you as a developer should care about these technologies. RIA is no longer a buzzword we use to sell to our customers. The web has moved towards a richer, more interactive user experience. Adobe is at the head of this movement with the Flash platform and AIR runtime environment. We will discuss why these are essential skills for you to learn but also how can go about doing so. Our panel members all have experience using these technologies and will come on the panel today to spread their knowledge.

Panelists

Your panelists for this session are:

Moderators

Your moderators are: Dan Vega, Todd Sharp.

URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/cfpanel/

Date/Time

Tuesday, August 25st, 2009 at 12:00PM EST
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Episode 3 - ColdFusion Moving Forward

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Note:

This weeks episode will be held on Friday. See info below.

Overview

cfpanel episode 3

In this episode we'll talk about ColdFusion as a language moving forward. This topic was inspired by the 2nd day keynote given by Joe Rinehart at CFUnited this year. In this panel we will discuss how ColdFusion came to fame, where the language is currently and what lies ahead. I think its important subject for all ColdFusion developers and we are lucky to have a really great group on the panel this week so don't be late!

Panelists

Your panelists for this session are:

Moderators

Your moderators are: Dan Vega, Todd Sharp.

URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/cfpanel/

Date/Time

Friday, August 21st, 2009 at 12:00PM EST
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Episode 2 Wrap Up - Dealing With Difficult Clients

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episode 2

Episode two featured Hal Helms and Clark Valberg sharing tips on how to deal with difficult clients.

The panelists for this session were:

Recorded Version

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/p83321742/

Thanks again to Hal, Clark and everyone who attended the session. Next weeks episode will be announced early next week and will be broadcast live from CFUnited.

Episode 2 - Dealing With Difficult Customers

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episode 2Overview

In this episode we'll tackle an issue that every developer will have to deal with at one point or another - Dealing With Difficult Customers.

Panelists

Your panelists for this session are:

Moderators

Your moderators are: Dan Vega, Todd Sharp.

URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/cfpanel/

Date/Time

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009 at 12:00PM EST
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CFPanel Google Group

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I just wanted to give everyone a heads up that I created a Google Group for cfpanel. We will use the group to conduct post episode chats as well as get feedback from others. If you have a topic or announcement you would like to add you can let us know about here. I have added some pages to the group that we can use to keep track of everything.

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Episode 1 Wrapup - ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder

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cfpanel-1

Episode one featured a discussion on the beta versions of ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder. The panelists provided insight into their favorite features in the new release of ColdFusion and there was some discussion about making the transition to CF Builder for developers used to coding in a different editor. The panel also discussed how the ColdFusion developer community compares to other communities that they have been a part of.

The panelists for this session were:

Recorded Version

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/p42848822/

There were 73 attendees who provided great questions and conversation. Thanks again to all attendees and panelists who made the episode engaging. We hope to announce next weeks topic and panelists by the end of the day tomorrow.

Episode 1 - ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder

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Overview

This is the introductory episode for CFPanel. We'll begin our series of regular sessions with a talk about ColdFusion 9 and CFBuilder. We will keep a very loose format with this topic, but expect to see some insight about CFBuilder and comparisons to other IDEs/Code Editors. We'll also get the panelists thoughts about how this version of ColdFusion compares to previous versions and what features they're most interested in.

Panelists

Your panelists for this session are:

Moderators

Your moderators are: Dan Vega, Todd Sharp.

URL

http://experts.na3.acrobat.com/cfpanel-0001/

Date/Time

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 at 12:00PM EST
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