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  17. <title>CFMeetup: Realtime with WebSockets</title>        
  18. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Realtime with WebSockets&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Giancarlo Gomez &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Dec 15, 2016&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:05&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;WebSockets are here! Are you taking advantage of this technology yet? If not, ColdFusion makes it really simple as of version 10. In this presentation I will cover how to get WebSockets working on your app/site and discuss real life pitfalls that I have encountered in the trenches on my own applications. I&amp;apos;ll also cover tips and tricks to debugging WebSockets that will help you overcome common obstacles.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  24. <title>CFMeetup: Load Tests 101! Why and where to start?</title>        
  25. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Load Tests 101! Why and where to start?&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Aur&#xe9;lien Deleusi&#xe8;re &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Nov 10, 2016&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:03&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Let&amp;apos;s be honest, we&amp;apos;re not always doing load tests before going to production. And it worked well... until this famous day that became a nightmare and you told to yourself &amp;quot;Never again. Ever.&amp;quot;
  27. Sizing complex system requires a clear methodology about load tests. Which components to be tested? How to tests them? What is the influence of the infrastructure itself? Are you able to guarantee the response times and the SLA your business committed to? What are the limits of your application? Are you able to resist to that peak on Christmas campaign? Is your application just working as usual under high traffic?
  29. We&amp;apos;ll also introduce how to use Gatling, a high performances load testing framework, and simple tools like Fusion Reactor and Mission Control.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  31. <pubDate>Thu, 10 Nov 2016 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  35. <title>CFMeetup: SeeFusion 5 for CF/Lucee Monitoring &amp; Troubleshooting</title>        
  36. <description>Title: CFMeetup: SeeFusion 5 for CF/Lucee Monitoring &amp; Troubleshooting&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Patrick Quinn &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Aug 04, 2016&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:03&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;The world&amp;apos;s first monitoring tool built specifically for CFML-based systems is now better-than-ever. We just shipped version 5, and in this webinar we&amp;apos;ll be demonstrating all the new/improved features we packed into it. We&amp;apos;ll cover the new, mobile-ready UI, server profiles, incident reports, DoS protection, SeeStack, live chat/in-app support, hourly/elastic licensing, and our new paid support plans that help you get the most out of your applications and systems. We&amp;apos;ll also preview the upcoming 5.1 release, which will feature integration with the AWS CloudWatch service, among other improvements. Same proven core functionality, plus a whole lot more, all for the same affordable pricing we&amp;apos;ve always offered.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  38. <pubDate>Thu, 04 Aug 2016 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  42. <title>CFMeetup: What&apos;s A Pull Request? Contributing to open source</title>        
  43. <description>Title: CFMeetup: What&apos;s A Pull Request? Contributing to open source&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Brad Wood &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jul 21, 2016&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:09&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Perhaps you&amp;apos;ve asked for a feature for your favorite open source project and been told to submit a pull request. Well, maybe you&amp;apos;re thinking, &amp;quot;What on earth is a pull request!&amp;quot;
  45. In this topic, we&amp;apos;ll discuss common Git workflows and how you can easily contribute by using GitHub to fork a project, make your own changes to it, and offer them back to the community by submitting a pull request. I&amp;apos;ll also cover how to release your own projects for the community to share. Then you&amp;apos;ll be the one receiving pull requests!
  47. This talk is for developers who want to help out with their favorite open source project and one-off libraries alike but don&amp;apos;t know where to start. People who are a little intimidated by GitHub. Anyone who&amp;apos;s ever mucked around in someone else&amp;apos;s code and found stuff they could improve.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  54. <description>Title: CFMeetup: NativeScript - an open source platform to build Native iOS/Android Apps&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Dan Wilson &amp; TJ VanToll &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Feb 18, 2016&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:10&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Would you like to use your existing skills to build truly native iOS and Android mobile applications?  In this presentation, we&apos;ll look at NativeScript, an open source platform for doing just that. Not only do you get to use the skills you already have, but you can take advantage of millions of lines of code already written for you on NPM. NativeScript is free, open source and approachable for ColdFusion developers.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  61. <description>Title: How to Become An &quot;Intermediate&quot; JavaScript Programmer&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Raymond Camden &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jun 10, 2015&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:55&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Phillip Senn&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;A presentation about organization, frameworks, linting, testing, performance/debugging, etc.  This won&amp;apos;t go super deep, but it mainly gives a plan I for how a beginner can raise their skills. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  68. <description>Title: Northern Virginia ColdFusion Users Group: (November 2014) FusionReactor Product Suite Presentation &lt;br&gt; Presenter: Charlie Arehart &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Nov 19, 2014&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 2:00&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Daniel Fredericks&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Presentation about the FusionReactor Product Suite for the NOVACF User Group from November 2014. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:;v=f_dtijJPJWw</description>
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  75. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Updating/Hotfixing ColdFusion: Tips and Traps&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Charlie Arehart &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  May 28, 2015&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:30&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;In this session, veteran CF Troubleshooter Charlie Arehart will share some tips, tricks, and traps with respect to applying updates to ColdFusion 11 and 10 as well as some on applying hotfixes in CF 9 and 8. There&apos;s a lot more to it than meets the eye, even with the new single-button update feature in CF10/11.  &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  82. <description>Title: ColdFusion 11 Presentation&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Raymond Camden &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jan 01, 1900&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): &lt;br&gt;Submitter: Akbarsait&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;ColdFusion 11 features presentation by Raymond Camden for a User Group &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  84. <pubDate>Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  88. <title>CFMeetup: ColdBox 4: The Future of CFML MVC</title>        
  89. <description>Title: CFMeetup: ColdBox 4: The Future of CFML MVC&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Brad Wood &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Oct 30, 2014&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:44&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;ColdFusion (CFML) is one of the most mature web languages.  It offers similar scripting and language constructs as other languages, but proponents of CFML know its true power comes with all the inbuilt functionality and integrations you get out of the box.  ColdBox was the first CFML framework to provide convention-over-configuration MVC for the masses.  Like other frameworks, it allows very simple conventions and lets you to easily scaffold out apps with little effort.  ColdBox is unique though because it doesn&amp;apos;t stop there; it&amp;apos;s a productivity platform for people who are tired of reinventing the wheel.  ColdBox is built on a light modular core with built-in lifecycle extension points, and pluggable libraries for things like SES, JSMin, pagination, security, and REST.  And don&amp;apos;t forget the other Box productivity libraries for logging, object creation, caching, and testing.  Come see what makes ColdBox the most comprehensive and compelling development platform.  We&amp;apos;ll even talk about some of cool new features in ColdBox 4 as well as CommandBox, the new CFML CLI, Package Manager, and REPL. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  91. <pubDate>Thu, 30 Oct 2014 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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