This week Dave and Scott discuss the Net Neutrality ruling, a recent hacking of Lenovo, and the release of ColdFusion 11 Updater 4. They also talk about dev.Objective(), the release of F/W 1, version 3, what it means to be a "developer", and how to store documents outside of the webroot.
On this episode, Dave and Scott give their thoughts on the debut of Lucee, a new player in the CFML community. They talk about a new Update to the ColdFusion 11 Updater 4 Pre-release and Dave tells us about a memory resident Mail server called "IceGreen" useful for testing. Scott then tells a story of doing Customer Service VERY wrong and the episode concludes with another segment of "Stupidity Overflow".
This week Dave and Scott give the run down on the update no one wanted and talk about news surround DevObjective(). Dave talks about trying out the new browser Vivaldi. While discussing the recent allegations that a particular CF community member has been plagiarizing code samples and items from other members' blogs, they receive a response from the accused individual. Don't worry, Scott is his usual reserved self....which means...this episode is a must listen!
This week Dave and Scott discuss a quiet release update to CFBuilder. Then they talk about Adam Tuttle's new book on REST as well as the difficulties he had when attempting to switch from Adobe CF to Railo.
They then discuss a recent post where a developer was looking for advice on how to upgrade from ColdFusion 6 to ColdFusion 11. Dave and Scott have definite opinions on the subject.
Dave talks about a switch for number generation that speeds the CF server up exponentionally!
Finally, Scott asks that if you were to have the opportunity to give one piece of programming advice to your younger self, what would it be.
This week, Scott is back fresh from Walt Disney World and ready to opine! Scott has a bunch of corrections from last week's show he wants to discuss with Dave. The two also talk about the next version of Mircosoft's .Net being open sourced and what implications that may and should have for Adobe CF. They mention Adobe releasing a chart showing which versions of the Java JDK each version of CF supports, and talk about how CF Updater 3 has been updated. And they close off with their favorite segment "Stupidity Overflow"!