This week Scott and Dave get into the "Blame Game", the recent debate over who is most responsible for ColdFusion sites that get hacked well after the patches were released by Adobe. Scott updates us on his golf league website and its switch to Railo. The guys discuss Mailinator and the fun process of generating unique email addresses for sites requiring an email address. And what episode of CFHour wouldn't be complete without discussing yet another bad Stack Overflow answer, this one having to do with including headers and footers.
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In this show Dave, Scott and Matt discuss the joys and frustrations of posting on StackOverflow, the announcement of the jQuery foundation and using ESAPI in your ColdFusion applications. Dave has issues with cfthread, there are some more sites for you Twitter Bootstrap lovers to check out, and they discuss the end of internal-community battles. A listener question is also answered.
In this show Dave and Scott mention the latest ColdFusion security hotfix, and how using tools like HackMyCF and FuseGuard can really help you protect your ColdFusion servers. Scott then discusses his recent re-introduction to ColdSpring's use of abstract beans and objects and how they can greatly help to simplify your code. The hosts then discuss stupid people, mobile market shares and how a certain podcasting company can go 'pound salt'.
A listener's question is also answered in the Ask CFHour section of the show.
In today's show Scott first talks to us about how and why you should listen to your own advice. We then discuss the newly announced Adobe Developer Week. We then take about some advice from Jason Dean on how to get non-ColdFusion developers up to speed. Dave then talks about a blog post of his on how a developer made an easy thing hard. We then answer questions from the people.