Entries Tagged as 'Adobe'

Show #235: Stars, Cars, Straps, Patches, Frames, Lames, and HomeSite

BlazeDS , Frameworks , ColdFusion Builder , ColdFusion 10 , Adobe , ColdFusion 11 2 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott start by  talking  about Star Wars swag and Tesla's "affordable" car announcement. They then talk about recent updates to Bootstrap and Framework 1.

They discuss one individuals desire to make CF Builder look like HomeSite, the recent CF security pathes, and wrap up with another "Stupidity Overflow" segment.


Show #234: 20, 12 and 10.75

Railo , HackMyCF , ColdFusion 12 , Windows 10 , Adobe 1 Comment »

ColdFusion turned 20! This week Dave and Scott reminisce about various versions of ColdFusion. They also talk about the CF Blog, a glitch on the Railo website, CF 12 pre-release and HackMyCF now working with Lucee.


Show #233: Aussie Invasion, Google Cloud, Hoverboards and Other Stuff

CF Summit , Stack Overflow , Google , ColdFusion , Adobe 5 Comments »

This week Dave and Scott spend time speaking with old friend Mark Mandel, new Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform. Mark gives an overview of the services offered by the Google Cloud Platform and how developers may find it useful. 

The guys also discuss hoverboards, the pre-release of the next Adobe ColdFusion version, and the upcoming CF Summit.  To wrap things up they dive into more of the "Stupidity Overflow" files!


Show #232: Lucee: The Interview (Finally)

Lucee , ColdFusion , Railo , Adobe 2 Comments »

This week the long awaited Lucee Interview. Dave and Scott interview Geoff Bowers and Alex Skinner about Lucee.


Show #228: Lucee, You Got Some 'Splainin' to Do

Stack Overflow , Lucee , Railo , Adobe , ColdFusion 11 3 Comments »

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".


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