Not to brag, but yesterday I was happy to hear that I was the fourth highest ranked speaker at the Powered by Detroit conference with a total score of 3.82 out of 5. The three who beat me out: Ben Forta, Greg Rewis, and Angela Buraglia. Given the caliber of those speakers and that two of the three we the keynote speakers, I take that as a very big compliment. I regret having missed Angela’s presentation.
I’ve had a couple requests for me to post my presentation on my blog. I just got the green light from Cornel Ivanescu (the organizer of Powered by Detroit) to do so. As a result, you can download the presentation now.
The presentation really focuses on the nuts and bolts of writing CFCs. I cover all the basics as well as some practical advice on writing CFCs. I do not cover very much OOP or design patterns or any of the traditionally scary stuff.
As a note, if you’re going to give this particular presentation then you will want to know that it really disserves about two hours. I tried to crop it down to 1 hour and it was still 2 hours long. There’s a set of ColdFusion example files and a PowerPoint file. The speaker’s notes in the PowerPoint guide you though which examples to show.
And, as a reminder, I’ve gone solo. If you or your company need or want onsite training for virtually any ColdFusion topic please drop me a line. I’m happy to help.