Please join the Online ColdFusion Meetup group for this free event, the first of two ColdFusion talks by Doug Hughes.
Doug Hughes will be presenting on the Alagad Image and Captcha components. The Alagad Image Component is a CFC which leverages Java platform to provide a rich set of methods for creating and manipulating image directly from ColdFusion. The Captcha Component is a CFC used to create images of obfuscated text to prevent automated form submissions. Doug will cover the component’s feature sets, how to use them, their advantages, some potential road blocks and their solutions.
Time and Date:
This meeting will be on Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 12:00 (noon) US/Eastern time. For those of you not in this timezone, please refer to the conversions at this website: http://www.timezoneconverter.com/
RSVP for the online Breeze URL.
About Doug Hughes:
Doug Hughes is the president of Alagad Inc and author of the Alagad Image Component. Alagad, which was founded in 1996, is a successful small business with clients around the world. Alagad specializes in web related services, consulting and development. Doug has spent many years “in the trenches” of web development. He has expertise in ColdFusion and many other technologies. Doug speaks at ColdFusion user groups, and frequently publishes technical articles on a wide range of topics on his website, DougHughes.net.
Thursday, January 12, 2006, 12:00 PM
This is United Coldfusion Meetup Day
http://macromedia.breezecentra l.com/alagadimage/ (I’m not sure if this is the information you find when you RSVP or not!)
Please RSVP for this meeting. See the URL below for the Breeze Meeting room at breezecentral.com.
If you’ve never used Macromedia Breeze, get a quick overview (watch the spaces):
This meeting will be recorded and available for playback later. Attending live is more fun, you can ask questions, and you can participate in any give-aways that occur. The URL for the recording will be posted here on the message board after the meeting is over.
I will be giving away a copy of the Image Component and the Captcha Component at the end of the presentation.