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  18. <description>Title: HARNESSING THE POWER OF COLDBOX ORM SERVICES&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Curt Gratz &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jun 21, 2013&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:50&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Henry Ho&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;In this session we will take a look at the powerful set of tools built into ColdBox that can help you if you are using the built in ORM support in ColdFusion or Railo. We will take a look at the methods available in the BaseORMService, how to setup and being using ColdBox&amp;apos;s VirtualService layer, and also look at the powerful criteria builder that is available to you. We will discuss some of the different nuisances of using ORM, how to configure your ORM objects for injection by WireBox, and other common spots that trip people when starting to develop with ORM and our suite of ORM related tools. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  24. <title>CFMeetup: Digging Into The Developer Toolbox</title>        
  25. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Digging Into The Developer Toolbox&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Jim Priest &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Sep 09, 2010&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:58&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Every developer has their basic toolset - a robust IDE, source control and a good bug tracker. But what else is in your toolbox?
  27. In this presentation I&amp;apos;ll explore some additional tools that can increase your productivity and allow you to concentrate on developing applications. Some of the tools we will explore include:
  29.    * Autohotkey - save time and type less! Autohotkey can do simple text replacements and well as complex GUIs!
  30.    * Keyboard Launchers - clean up that messy desktop and stop hunting for icons!
  31.    * Virtual desktops - Now that your desktop is clean - organize your applications into task focused areas.
  32.    * Cron - replace the unreliable Windows Scheduled task with a simple to use task scheduler.
  33.    * Clipboard managers - a clipboard manager can keep a long running history of what you type so you don&amp;apos;t have to. and more...
  35. All of these are free, open-source and for the most part have similar equivalents available on all three platforms - Windows, Mac and Linux. In this presentation we will focus on Windows. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  37. <pubDate>Thu, 09 Sep 2010 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  41. <title>CFUnited: Setting up a solid local developement Environment</title>        
  42. <description>Title: CFUnited: Setting up a solid local developement Environment&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Kurt Wiersma &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jul 28, 2010&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:00&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Tim Cunningham&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Learn about how you can setup a local development environment that closely mimics your production system. In this session we will discuss how to setup a multiple instance install of ColdFusion with Apache virtual hosts along with a great combination of Eclipse plugins. Couple this setup with a test database powered by MySQL and a solid source code control system and you have a powerful development environment setup on your workstation. Finally, learn how to automate deployment with ant to make your setup consistence across all your team members&amp;apos; machines. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  44. <pubDate>Fri, 13 Aug 2010 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  48. <title>What&apos;s new in CouchDB 0.11 &amp; 1.0</title>        
  49. <description>Title: What&apos;s new in CouchDB 0.11 &amp; 1.0&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Jan Lehnardt &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jun 22, 2010&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:00&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Henry Ho&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;This webcasts highlights new features and refines in the latest and upcoming release of CouchDB. It rehashes old solutions to problems that are now way easier to solve. We look at how the new features help you make your life and development work easier.
  51. We will cover: Views, Replication, Virtual Hosts &amp;amp; the Rewriter, Authentication. Chock full of awesome! &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  53. <pubDate>Tue, 29 Jun 2010 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  57. <title>Simon Free - AIR, ColdFusion, Merapi</title>        
  58. <description>Title: Simon Free - AIR, ColdFusion, Merapi&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Simon Free &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Oct 17, 2009&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): &lt;br&gt;Submitter: Jim Priest&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;In this interview, recorded at CFinNC 2009, Dan Wilson speaks with Adobe Community Expert Simon Free about Merapi, a bridge between applications written in Java and those running in and created for Adobe AIR. Simon describes how he built a desktop AIR application that talks, through Merapi, to a Java library that controls a Lego Mindstorm robot. Simon also describes some of the practical use cases for Augmented Reality (AR) -- applications which involve the overlay of virtual imagery on the real world -- and FLARToolkit, a software library for building AR applications. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  60. <pubDate>Mon, 08 Feb 2010 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  64. <title>CFMeetup:&quot;VirtualBox for the CF Developer</title>        
  65. <description>Title: CFMeetup:&quot;VirtualBox for the CF Developer&lt;br&gt; Presenter: David Henry &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jan 14, 2010&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:09&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Virtual machines are an increasingly popular tool for getting the most out of hardware. Virtual computing can also provide a flexible work environment for application developers. I will explain a little about virtual computing, the advantages of a virtualized environment, and show how to setup your own Sun VirtualBox VM! Our setup will combine Sun&amp;apos;s open source version of VirtualBox, Ubuntu Linux, and ColdFusion Developer Edition for a grand total of FREE! Finally,I&amp;apos;ll share some different configurations of ColdFusion and development tools on your desktop VM that can help get code from development to QA to production quickly and reliably. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  67. <pubDate>Thu, 14 Jan 2010 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  71. <title>CFMeetup: Railo Open Source </title>        
  72. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Railo Open Source &lt;br&gt; Presenter: Gert Franz &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jan 29, 2009&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:24&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;There has been a lot of buzz about Railo, and not too many people know the details. You might know it is a &amp;quot;CFML engine&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;free and open source&amp;quot;, but that&amp;apos;s about it. So, &amp;quot;Why Railo&amp;quot;? Some answers:
  73. - Using virtual file systems
  74. - Different configurations on a single instance
  75. - Highly compatible, every major framework runs on Railo
  76. - Video conversions with the Tag CFVIDEO
  77. - Display videos with the tag CFVIDEOPLAYER
  78. - All this much faster than other engines (even with debugging turned on!)
  79. - Amazon EC2 deployment
  80. - Open Source
  81. - Read more about it here:
  83. Many people may have first heard about Railo when Ben Forta had some glowing things to say about it, recently:
  85. So, the question is: can it help you when marketing your CF based services to cost conscious clients? (The link provided here is not to a Connect recording at Adobe but an FLV downloaded and playing at Railo&apos;s site, via its CFVideo tag.) &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  91. <title>CFMeetup: Hack-Proofing Your ColdFusion Powered Sites</title>        
  92. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Hack-Proofing Your ColdFusion Powered Sites&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Scott Stroz &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Dec 04, 2008&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:12&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;You use ColdFusion because it&amp;apos;s fast, easy, and incredibly productive, and the end result is fast and highly scalable. But is your application secure? Have you taken the necessary steps to stop hackers, or have you hung a welcome sign for them on your virtual door? ColdFusion applications can indeed be highly secure, but only if the developer makes them so. In this lesson you&amp;apos;ll learn about SQL injection attacks, session hijacking, and more, and you&amp;apos;ll walk away armed with the knowledge you need to lock hackers out in the cold. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  94. <pubDate>Thu, 04 Dec 2008 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  98. <title>CFMeetup: Setting Up A Solid Local Development Environment</title>        
  99. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Setting Up A Solid Local Development Environment&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Kurt Wiersma &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Oct 23, 2008&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:14&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Learn about how you can setup a local development environment that closely mimics your production system. In this session we will discuss why a local development environment is important as well as how to setup a multiple instance install of ColdFusion with Apache virtual hosts. Couple this setup with a test database powered by MySQL and a solid source code control system and you have a powerful development environment setup on your workstation. Several tips and tricks will be presented to help you get the most out of this very important setup task that almost no developer should be without. No prequiste knowledge is required except for general computer skills. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  101. <pubDate>Thu, 23 Oct 2008 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  105. <title>CFMeetup: Build a scalable architecture with Amazon&apos;s EC2</title>        
  106. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Build a scalable architecture with Amazon&apos;s EC2&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Adam Howitt &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Nov 15, 2007&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:13&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Learn how to use Amazon&amp;apos;s EC2 service to build a scalable architecture with EC2 from just $75 per month per machine. Adam will show you how to boot up Amazon servers, bundle up a machine image and then boot a farm of identical machines to handle temporary increases in load. Amazon EC2 (elastic compute cloud) is a beta service offered to allow you to boot virtual servers on Amazon&amp;apos;s infrastructure to handle surges in traffic or provide extra processing power on demand. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  108. <pubDate>Thu, 15 Nov 2007 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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