CF_BlogPicks December 29, 2008
This week saw lower blogging volume due to Christmas and other holidays, but still had a good selection of blog entries.
CF_BlogPicks December 22, 2008
Happy holidays! Another great week of blog entries as the holidays draw near. Hanukkah started yesterday and goes through next Monday, Christmas is this Thursday, and Al-Hijira is next Monday. Happy holidays to all!
CF_BlogPicks December 15, 2008
This week saw a great selection of blog entries (even more difficult to choose among than usual) including topics such as CFHTTP, PCI (essential in ecommerce), and free hosting.
CF_BlogPicks December 8, 2008
This week held a mix of exciting news (Open BD 1.0) and sad news (Adobe layoffs hit ColdFusion product manager, Jason Delmore). Also an odd CF behavior, the CFUnited survey, and free subversion repositories.
CF_BlogPicks December 1, 2008
I thought I would have a limited selection of entries to choose from with most American developers of Thursday (Thanksgiving) Friday of this week.
CF_BlogPicks November 24, 2008
The big event this week was easily Adobe Max (and the announcement of ColdFusion IDE - Bolt). Even with Max, however, this week still has a great selection of ColdFusion-related blog entries.
CF_BlogPicks November 17, 2008
This week had some big news. Firstly, ColdFusion community staple, Steve "Cutter" Blades, just announced the publication of "Learning Ext JS". Congrats, Steve!
In other news, CFUnited registration is open and CF Doc's UKCFUG podcast had their first episode. All this and a great selection of blog entries (including the discover of a new operator in ColdFusion).
CF_BlogPicks November 10, 2008
This was a great week for blog entries. In addition to some great posts on topics like wireframing and form usability, we also saw some debates on OO and ORMs.
CF_BlogPicks November 3, 2008
Peter Bell is back! This is good news overall, but did result in some hard decisions as he posted a large selection of great entries. In addition to a great selection of blog entries (including, painfully, just one by Peter), I also have a bonus section of the OO discussion resulting largely from Ben Nadel's recent trip to take Hal Helms class on OO.