Modernize or Die® - CFML News for July 9th, 2019


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2019-07-09 Weekly News - Episode 10
  • Andrew Davis - Senior Developer for InLeague LLC
  • Brad Wood - Lead Architect for Ortus Solutions

News and Events
Adobe CF Summit early bird
still available as of July 8th - are they still available now? Get them before they go up.
Certificate Program + Conference Pass $498.00ColdFusion Security Preconference + Conference Pass $348.00Conference Pass $99.00ColdFusion Docker Preconference + Conference Pass $348.00
2 new workshops announced
  • Pre-conference Training 1: Hands-on ColdFusion Security Workshop
    Trainer : Pete Freitag, Principal Consultant, Foundeo Inc.
  • Pre-conference Training 2: Going from Zero to 60 with Docker and ColdFusion images
Trainer: Charlie Arehart, Independent Consultant, CArehart
Adobe CF Summit Speakers Announced - 31 so far
Adobe CF Summit - Workshops and Conference
  • Las Vegas at the Mirage October 1-2 ( Tuesday + Wednesday )
  • Biggest CFML Conference of the Year - 500+ people
  • Great Adobe Party
  • Register Now - Early bird was only $99
  • Early-bird registration has been extended to June 30, 2019
  • Call for Speakers is now closed!!!

Adobe ColdFusion Specialist Certificate Program
From the CF Summit Website:
The Adobe ColdFusion Specialist is a full-day certificate classroom program, delivered by top Adobe ColdFusion experts. You will be enrolled into the course as soon as you register and will receive course instructions and prep materials two weeks prior to the on-site program date. Following the training you will complete an online assessment – upon successful completion, you will receive your Adobe ColdFusion Specialist certificate.
It has been a long time since the last ColdFusion Certification program, back with ColdFusion 9 I believe.
LocationThe Mirage, Las Vegas3400 S Las Vegas BlvdLas Vegas, Nevada, United States89109
Dates:Monday September 30, 2019 - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMPrice: $399.00 - early bird pricing
Ortus Solutions Training Workshops at CF Summit after the Conference
Ortus will be doing 2 2-day trainings on Thursday October 3rd, and Friday October the 4th.
We have two great workshops to select from and they will be held in a much more exclusive and comfortable environment that will allow us to bring you a better learning experience at Executive Hospitality Suite from ARIA Tower Suites . Register as soon as possible as space is very limited!
ColdBox From Zero to Hero
Lead by Gavin Pickin & Eric Peterson
ColdBox From Hero to SuperHero : API EditionLead by Luis Majano and Brad Wood
Dates: Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 9:00 AM - Friday, October 4, 2019 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
Location:ARIA Resort & Casino3730 S Las Vegas Blvd
More information and a link to register here:
ColdBox From Zero to Hero - Bootcamp Training
Bangalore, India | October 16-17, 2019 - by Luis Majano
Very popular ColdBox training, a great way to get your feet wet and jump start your ColdBox development.
Project Overview:
We will be building a real twitter clone: SoapBox. We will use HMVC conventions, including BDD / TDD testing to build out the application including the usage of many different ForgeBox modules and industry standards.
Price: $599 for 2 days
Group discounted pricing available for $499Register now:
CF Camp - Workshops and Conference
October 17th and 18th in Munich, Freising, Germany.Read more now: - Tickets NOW AVAILABLE.Early bird - July 15, 2019 - 280 EUR - $313.27Regular - Sep 11 - Oct 15, 2018 - 330 EUR - $369.17Late - Oct 16 - Nov 8, 2018 - 380 EUR - $425.10
You can see the great lineup of speakers and sessions from last year on the site now. They will update as the speakers and sessions for this year is finalized.
Call for Speakers is open -
Call for Speaker Deadline is July 7thQuick reminder - the Call For Papers for the awesome, lovely and Bavarian CF_CAMP finishes in about 2 weeks. To be more precise - midnight UTC July 7 -> July 8.
We're currently at about 90 submissions but we can happily deal with more. Particular areas where we are a bit low on submissions are:
- IDEs and editors for CFML- Analytics (e.g. Data Science, Customers Behaviour)- Company culture and Agile/Lean approaches (e.g. Working with others, Scrum, Kanban etc)- Continuous integration and build pipelines- Crash Reporting and Application Performance Monitoring- Security (on the server as well as in your application)
That doesn't mean we don't have any submissions for the topic above so far, but more would be great.
We *do* have quite a lot of submissions for JS-related topics. That doesn't mean that if you have a great idea to not submit it. But - there's quite a bit of competition out there for these kind of talks.
Want to submit a talk - how about doing it NOW:
Ortus TrainingOrtus will be doing a 2 day workshop on the 15th and 16th of October. Brad Wood & Eric Peterson will be doing 2 day workshops, topics to be decided, we’re opening them up for voting on twitter… reach out to @ortussolutions to tell us what you want.CommandBox, ColdBox Zero to Hero, WireBox, LogBox, CacheBox, TestBox, REST APIs
Blogs, Tweets and Videos of the Week
Rick_Mason @Rick_MasonLooking for stuff that was only on RIAForge? Hate all the dead links on Google? Thankfully Brad Wood @bdw429s archived everything and gives us a nice alphabetical list of all the source code
Michael Born and Using DateTimeOffsets in Lucee Nadel - @BenNadelI am loving that #Lucee #CFML 5.3 allows me to dynamically load #Java libraries using the createObject() function. My understanding is that this replaced the traditional JavaLoader project with native support for dynamic class loaders. was adding a feature to CommandBox CLI this week when I typed up some code that iterated over the keys in a struct, filtering out the ones it needed and then performed an action on the matching ones. I used the functional methods structFilter() and structEach() in CFML. They are an example of functional programming as they accept functions as input. This also means we can call them "higher order" functions. But termininologo aside, I typed up the same code using an older interactive approach just to compare the two. It was an interesting and rather self contained example so I thought I'd share it as a real life use case for FP (functional programming)., I write in CFScript. Most of the CF devs I look up to write in CFScript. But maybe you don't. Here's where I convince you CFScript is worth the jump and, for that matter, just how to "jump" to CFScript.
ForgeBox Module of the Week
Title: Quick v2.2
Description: Quick is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) written in CFML for CFML. It provides an ActiveRecord implementation for working with your database. With it you can map database tables to components, create relationships between components, query and manipulate data, and persist all your changes to your database.
VS Code Hint Tips and Tricks of the Week
Title: Vetur
Vue tooling for VS Code, powered by vue-language-server.Doc: it out with Veturpack!
  • VUEJS Coding Syntax
  • Syntax-highlighting
  • Snippet
  • Emmet
  • Linting / Error Checking
  • Formatting
  • Auto Completion
  • Debugging

Thank you to all of our Patreon Supporters
These individuals are personally supporting our open source initiatives to ensure the great toolings like CommandBox, ForgeBox, ColdBox, ContentBox, TestBox and all the other boxes keep getting the continuous development they need, and funds the cloud infrastructure at our community relies on like ForgeBox for our Package Management with CommandBox.
If we’re getting your name wrong please let us know.
User friendly list at the bottom.
Andrew Davis
Gary Knight
Jan Jannek
Joseph Lamoree
Laksma Tirtohadi
Richard Herbert
John Farrar
Carl Von Stetten
Don Bellamy
Samuel Knowlton
David Belanger
Yogesh Mathur
Steven Klotz
Dan Card
Jeremy Adams
Brian White
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Scott Steinbeck
Jordan Clark
You can see an up to date list of all sponsors on Ortus Solutions' Website
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