My friend Pedro Claudio posted a link on my Facebook Wall about this presentation made by Bernardo D. A. Guimarães at the Black Hat Briefings Europe, Amsterdam in April 2009. I found it interesting and here is the slide presentation:
TekSystems is seeking a Lead Coldfusion developer for a contract position at Kennedy Space Center, FL.
This consultant will join the KLXS contract to migrate an Access database into a web-based application. Candidate will develop the project plan and the over all architecture of the application.
TekSystems is seeking a Senior Coldfusion Developer for a three month contract in Sanford, FL.
This person needs to have a minimum of 5 years experience with ColdFusion 7 development.
This person will be working in the Web Development group (3 people) to support and maintain the 122 web applications.
Google has been talking to NASA since 2005 to provide us with views of NASA’s Moon Image Gallery.
Now you can see landing sites, videos, the American flag place and other stuff on Google Earth.
Download the new version Google Earth 5.0 here.
Click on the planet icon, select Moon.
Although this should be a technical blog for ColdFusion and other web development tools, the lack of code to post (on my part) makes me wandering through other categories, so that I can keep this blog alive and active.
I found this fantastic choir online, singing a classic Brazilian song. First I thought they were Brazilians due to their perfect Portuguese singing. But I was amazed when I read they are from Slovenia.
So I dedicate this video to my friend Marta Gal who is also a Slovenian web developer, living in Belgium.
I collected about 5 videos from Perpetuum Jazzile and I’ll post one of them every day. Here is their website: