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This blog is dedicated to my musings and are strictly my own. I use it to write about all things software, hardware and aviation. The views and opinions on this site strictly reflect that of my own, and not my employer. At any point I can change my mind, and they may not even reflect my opinions from three minutes ago, so please don't take anything I say too seriously. Some of the software topics on this blog will probably include ColdFusion, C#, .NET Core, Node.js, Objective-C, Swift, Java, Kotlin, C++. As commercial pilot I will be writing about General Aviation, the Airlines, instrument flying, avionics, the Federal Aviation Administration and the TSA.
If you are a ColdFusion developer living in or around Palm Coast, Fl, and you are looking for work, please let me know. A couple of…
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A developer where I work experienced a problem with two ColdFusion MX servers trying to make web service calls to each server. One of the…
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A member of the JaxFusion user group is available for ColdFusion and or Flash development. I used to work with this guy, and he is hands…
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As many of you have been reading, Macromedia released an update to ColdFusion MX 7. You can download the updater for version 7.0.1 from…
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I am a firm believer in not re-inventing the wheel. My company has a text parser that was written in ColdFusion. It typically processes one…
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Does anyone know if there is a ColdFusion Podcast? There is one for .net. If anyone knows of one, please let me know.
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Raymond Camden has released a new web site called coldfusionportal.org. It is based on the idea behind the Flex.org site. It has links to…
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I have received numerous emails from people today about my comments popup not working correctly. I am still researching this problem. Some…
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Matt Woodward and Peter J. Farrell over at the ColdFusion Weekly podcast covered in great detail some of the more popular design patterns…
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Lets analyze the facts. Is ColdFusion Dead? Full disclosure. I just switched jobs a couple of months ago, and I am no longer a full time…
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