With Scott away, Dave invites Matt "The Awesome Producer (retired)" Gifford to fill in. They discuss cf.Objectives impending name change, and the CF 11Updater 3 early release. They hound Microsoft on Windows vulerabilities and how their Surface marketing is backfiring. They also discuss a Mac vulnerabilty and an anti-virus product to AVOID! Dave comes to some realizations about his blog and, of course, they round out the show with even more Stack Overflow gems.
On this episode, Dave recounts the happenings at CF Summit in Vegas, including his presentation on CF Client with Simon Free. They also cover the contest Adobe is currently having for the best new mobile app created with CF Client, discuss the recent spate of updates to Adobe CF, and whether or not Adobe should pick a framework to ship with.
This week Dave and Scott rant about all things Apple! They also talk conferences past and present and discuss the newly release CommandBox, and an exclusive preview of potentially the next Box product. They also talk about Adam Cameron's new CFScript Reference on GitHub.
This week Dave and Scott have an update on the Target security breach, discuss Synergy (using one mouse and keyboard on multiple systems), the UBlock ad blocking Chrome plug-in, the Cold Fusion Builder update, voting on CF bugs, Scott hassling newbs on Stack Overflow, solving problems with Source Control and the new Taffy update.
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Show Topic Links:
Most U.S. Businesses Don’t Know They Were Caught Up In Massive Cyberattack
Synergy - an easy way to manage multiple systems with 1 keyboard and mouse.
ColdFusion Builder 3 update
Vote Early and Often
Taffy 3 Alpha
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This week Dave and Scott talk about the Surface in the NFL, Dave's schedule at CFSummit, Scott's really cool coding at work, some far from cool code Dave looked at, and an answer that was given to a question that should have been....questioned.