LIVE – Passarim by Antonio Carlos Jobim
Osquestra Sinfonica Nacional of Costa Rica
Maestro Jeremy Fox
Rose Max (voice), Ramatis Moraes (voice and violão), Carlomagno Araya(drums), Jamie Osley (bass), Michael Orta (piano).
Arranjed by Rafael Piccolotto de Lima.
March,2013- Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica.
BCforward is seeking a highly motivated and experienced ColdFusion Developer
The ColdFusion developer will augment eBay’s Marketing Resource Management solution (MARS), built in ColdFusion, based on predefined and prioritized business and technical requirements.
Excellent working knowledge of ColdFusion
Education and Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree preferred but education and experience equally evaluated for relevance
Location: San Jose, CA 95113
Contract length: 3 months
Additional Info: Must be able to pass a background and drug screen
Contact Name: Rashad Cunningham
How to Apply:
To apply for this posting please send your resume to 11077-MH2393[at]emailagent[dot]maxhire[dot]net
The Mozilla Foundation has released updates for the following products to address multiple vulnerabilities.
- Firefox 21.0
- Firefox ESR 17.0.6
- Thunderbird 17.0.6
- Thunderbird ESR 17.0.6
These vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, cause a denial-of-service condition, obtain sensitive information, or operate with elevated privileges.
US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the Mozilla Foundation Advisory for Firefox 21.0, Firefox ESR 17.0.6, Thunderbird 17.0.6, and Thunderbird ESR 17.0.6 and apply any necessary updates to help mitigate the risk.
After a few month hiatus, the Online CFMeetup is back on. I’ll be posting a new meeting in a few minutes.
Before that, though, I wanted to offer this note to say a few things, about the recent past and the group’s future.
First, I want to explain that the delay since our last session has simply been for a lack of presenters. As such, I want to offer, as always, a call for speakers. If you may have presented a session at any other user group or conference in recent months (or have one coming up), or know someone who has and you’d like to encourage them, or if you have any interest in offering a new talk, we are always in need of presenters. Anything related to CF is welcome: new or old topic, beginner or advanced topic.
Second, we will change our scheduled somewhat. Previously, we were always open to having sessions on any Thursdays at either noon or 6p US Eastern time (with the hope to serve needs of speakers and attendees in various timezones across the US and the world). That flexibility was nice, but I suspect it sometimes led speakers to not see a need to commit since there were virtually unlimited opportunities to present.
So in the new schedule, we will change to meeting just twice a month, still on Thursdays, but alternating their times: on the second Thursday of each month, we will schedule to meet in the noon US Eastern slot, and on the fourth Thursday we will schedule to meet in the 6pm US Eastern slot.
About this change, while setting a maximum of 2 presentations a month may seem a drop from the previous possibility of up to 8-10 sessions per month, in actual fact we had an average of just over 2 sessions per month over the past 2 years. So assuming we do fill both slots each month going forward, this will continue the same rate of sessions.
I do hope the new schedule will help speakers regard the slots as more precious. I hope it may also help us more effectively announce the schedule of coming sessions more in advance. That said, if we end up without a speaker in a slot, I’ll be prepared to step in and offer a talk on any of many topics, rather than have none at all.
We will begin this new schedule starting with our next session, being held in that 4th week 6pm slot, on May 23rd. More about that in the meeting announcement to come in the next note. (Though I had planned to step in to speak this week, in that second week slot, I’ll be attending a funeral for a friend so cannot.)
If you may have thoughts or feedback on the schedule or the group, feel free to reply to this note. I hope to continue the Online CFMeetup’s bringing value to the CF community in presenting topics and speakers of interest.
CFCamp 2013 Conference
October, 14th – 15th 2013
Germering (near Munich)
Already the fourth time we organize the CFCamp! Each year it was bigger and more comprehensive. The CFCamp has established itself as a fixture for ColdFusion developers and offers this year again many interesting sessions by well-known speakers.
In addition to the two day conference there will be an interesting program of free courses, sessions, the CFAcademy and a fantastic party!
As venue, we again rented the Stadthalle Germering, which was the ideal location for us in the last year.
Due to the great feedback from CFCamp 2012, we will optimize this year CFCamp to the needs of participants and exhibitors.
What made you want to speak at SotR13?
I had attended SotR in London a few years back and it was an incredible experience. I got to share with Matt and Andy and became really good friends with them. Their work on the conferences has been incredible, so having a chance to support the conference in any way is a priority for us at Ortus Solutions.
What does the web / development mean to you?
It has really been part of me since I was 9 years old. My parents gave me a Texas Instrument TI-84 and a programming in basic book back in 1986. I was completely excited about it and by day 2 I had a tic-tac-toe game built and running. Development and engineering has really been part of my core since very little. Both my parents are chemical engineers, so I was always exposed to problem solving, hard work and engineering principles. Working in ColdFusion for the past 13 years has been an incredible experience to see how the language and community has evolved over the years. However, I have never been so excited about ColdFusion until now. It seems there is fire in all burners now from all vendors and it is excited to finally see competition, innovation and also ability to deploy CFML applications anywhere now.
Congratulations Ray ! It was a very nice decision and further support for the ColdFusion Developers Community.
Thanks for you great work all this years, keep it up!
I will continue to translate the articles into Portuguese for the Brazilian CF Community: http://ensina.me/coldfusion
Many years ago (early 2006 to be exact) the ColdFusion Cookbook was launched. The idea behind the site was simple. Provide a set of ‘recipes’ with clear solutions provided in ColdFusion. In some cases this was a bit like the regular documentation. (For example, “How do I parse RSS feeds?”). In others, the questions are more unique: How can you test to see if two arrays are the same?”
I’m a big believer in the cookbook format. For the most part, I can use regular documentation to grok technologies. But cookbooks allow you to see more real world examples.
However, the cookbooks at Adobe will soon be switched to “read only” mode. I suppose you could call this “news” (I got permission to mention it), but because of this, I thought it might be nice to re-start the cookbook.
So I’ve removed the “We’re dead” notice, slapped on some Disqus, and switched the search code to Solr. The code behind the site is… um… dusty. But it works. Most of the entries are not quite out of date, but I’ll be taking volunteers to help do edits. (In fact, hell, it may even be worthwhile to relaunch as a wiki.)
I’ll leave folks with a great blog post by Rob Brooks-Bilson. This is an old one too, but it helps describe the philosophy of what kind of content the site expects: A Word on the ColdFusion Cookbook Philosophy