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There are 5 item(s) tagged with the keyword "ColdFusion".

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1. Bolt Talk: Open CF Summit with Kurt Wiersma

Kurt Wiersma joins me on Bolt Talks to explain the mission and purpose of the Open CF Summit.  All users of ColdFusion regardless if they use Adobe ColdFusion, Railo or OpenBD CFML engines can benefit from attending the Open CF Summit.  He also explains the "open space unconference" style of the conference as well as the HackFest that will take place.

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Tags: ColdFusion, Conference, Open Source, Kurt Wiersma, Open CF Summmit
2. Bolt Talk: Mike Henke - Cloudy with a chance of tests.

Mike Henke talks about trying to introduce continuous integration and unit testing into his legacy code. Taking a "baby steps" approach he tells how he sets up a continuous integration environment, to test code changes even without unit testing.

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Tags: CI, Unit testing, Jenkins, ColdFusion, Henke, legacy code, continuous integration, source control, GIT
3. Bolt Talk: Luis Majano - ContentBox an Enterprise level content management system.

 Luis Majano is the founder of Ortus Solutions an Open Source Software company that is responisble for the ColdBox Framework, Wirebox, Forgebox & all things "Box." Their latest offering is an Enterprise level content management system, not surprisingly named: "ContentBox."  Luis joins me on BoltTalks to chat with me about ContentBox. 

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Tags: CMS, ColdFusion, Open Source, ColdBox
4. Bolt Talk:The Future of BlogCFC with Scott Stroz

 BlogCFC is the most widely know opensource blogging software written to run on ColdFusion.  The brain child of Ray "ColdFusion Jedi" Camden, BlogCFC has had some recent news regarding it's future.  Scott Stroz aka Boyzoid joins me on Bolt Talks to talk to me about these exciting changes.

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Tags: Blog, CMS, Open Source, ColdFusion
5. Bolt Talk: ColdFusion Koans with Ryan Anklam

The ColdFusion Koans walk you along the path to enlightenment in order to learn ColdFusion. The goal is to learn the ColdFusion language, syntax, and structure. It will also teach you culture. Testing is not just something to pay lip service to, but something to live. It is essential in your quest to learn and do great things in the language. 

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Tags: ColdFusion, Koans, Unit Testing
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