Our 12pm (US ET) talk on Thursday Sep 27 will be “NuoFusion: Introducing NuoDB to ColdFusion Developers”, with Barry Morris (NuoDB Founder).

TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker)

In this talk, NuoDB Founder Barry Morris will introduce the NuoDB cloud database product (http://www.nuodb.com/) and show how ColdFusion, Java EE and NuoDB can work together to help ColdFusion developers deliver web applications that easily scale out to hundreds of thousands of users. NuoDB makes elastic scalability effortless without compromising on the things developers have come to depend on like standard SQL, ACID transactions, and popular ORM tools like Hibernate. Join us to learn more about the NuoDB product, how it works and how it can help support your web-scale applications.

MEETING URL: http://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/
 Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions
RECORDING: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com
 (provided by the speaker)

Barry Morris Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Barry is an accomplished software CEO who loves to build companies around industry-changing paradigm-shifts in technology. He has over 25 years of industry experience in the USA and Europe, running private and public companies ranging in scale from early startup phase to 1,000+ employees.  Barry has a Degree in Engineering from New College Oxford University, and an Honorary Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from the IMCA.

Barry joined IONA Technologies in the very early days and ultimately as CEO led Ireland’s most successful software company through its strongest period of growth. Under Barry’s leadership IONA introduced the industry’s first middleware microkernel now incorporated in the popular open source FUSE ESB product. As Chairman and CEO of StreamBase Systems, Barry took an MIT project led by Dr Michael Stonebraker and built it into the market pioneer and leader in Complex Event Processing (CEP).

His early career included technical, management and business development roles in London-based companies PROTEK and Metrica, and Lotus Development and DEC in Ireland. In addition to great deal of consulting work over the years he has served on the boards of many startup companies in Boston, Ireland and South Africa, as well as on the board of the International School of Boston, the Sugan Theater Company and the Boston advisory board of GOAL, the well known Irish NGO.

WHEN: Thurs. Sep 27, 12:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4)

What time is that for you? The following link shows what the time would be for you ]. Here’s another option ] that shows the time as US ET, and lets you choose your city from the list offered to see what time that is in your own timezone.


In addition to the streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting (link provided above), we now also post recordings at Vimeo ] usually within a day of the meeting.

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