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Monthly CFUG Meeting
November 3, 2010 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM (GMT-6 Central Time US & Canada, Guadalajara, Mexico City)
Event posted on Nov 01
Kevin Penny - MXUnit Testing and Test Execution with Hudson CI Server
Learn the basics of Unit Testing with the MXUnit Framework (mxunit.org) and its integration points using ANT with Hudson CI (Continuous Integration) Server (hudson-ci.org). Automate the Execution of your Test Suites with Hudson to view Test Execution results and tracking over time. Get introduced to TDD (Test Driven Development) and discuss the importance of Unit Testing your application.
ColdFusion Builder Release Event with Josh Adams
Event posted on Mar 16
Josh Adams, Adobe Senior Solutions Engineer for ColdFusion, will be presenting live as part of a special User Group tour. Josh will bring us the latest details and demonstration of the new Eclipse-based IDE, ColdFusion Builder. See firsthand how it has been integrated with ColdFusion 9 in addition to making it fast and easy for CF developers to create Flex applications with integration between ColdFusion Builder and Flash Builder.
Dec 2 2009 CFUG meeting
Event posted on Dec 01
Kevin Penny - Active MQ / JMS Messaging with ColdFusion Gateways
Kevin will discuss both Queues and Topics and how they can work with your application - and go through some setup and examples and to get AMQ running locally, a cf gateway setup and ready, and communication to CF AND Flex (via BlazeDS and Active Mq for real time messaging)
November 4, 2009 CFUG meeting
Event posted on Oct 21
Aug 5, 2009 CFUG meeting
Event posted on Oct 06
1) Kevin Penny - Search Engine Death Match: Solr (Luncene) vs. Verity
Search is King. See how the 2 engines that ship with ColdFusion 9 stack up. Learn more about the newly integrated Solr (based on Java Lucene) engine and how it stacks up against Verity. Listen to real world stories about Solr's performance in a large scale Enterprise application. Preview the features of Solr in Centaur Beta and determine if you're company could benefit from a better, more scalable, more reliable search solution.
Sep 2, 2009 CFUG meeting
Event posted on Oct 06
This is a hands-on session. You are not required to participate. You will still get something out of watching the process. But if you want to participate, you will need to bring a laptop computer with the following already installed:
* Aptana Studio http://aptana.com/studio
* The Adobe AIR plugin for Aptana Studio http://aptana.com/air
* CFEclipse installed into Aptana Studio http://cfeclipse.org/download.cfm
You can test your Aptana/AIR installation by following the guide here:
Oct 7, 2009 CFUG meeting
Event posted on Oct 06
1) Steve Schefsky - Patching ColdFusion
Today's environment makes keeping up-to-date with critical product patches more important than ever before. Patching regularly keeps your product running smoothly and prevents hackers from exploiting known security flaws. This presentation will walk you through the update process.
2) Ben Ellefson - Managing multiple websites with one codebase
Do you have multiple clients sites that each have their own similar codebase? Learn to save time by managing multiple websites on a singular codebase. Follow step-by-step as we take a simple Content Management website and convert it to use a singluar codebase for an infinite number of websites.
ColdFusion/Bolt UG Tour - Ben Forta - MN
Event posted on May 15
May 13, 2009 - special CFUG meeting
Event posted on Apr 01
Sponsored by Blue River Interactive Group
This is a break from the normal first Wednesday of the month. Please join us for a special CFUG meeting the night before CFObjective. Will take place at the Minneapolis Hyatt Regency. Blue River will showcase their CFML-based, free and open source Mura CMS (formerly Sava). After the meeting, you are welcome to stay for the pre-conference Welcome Reception. You don't have to be a CFObjective attendee, the party is open to all who attend the CFUG meeting.
Apr 6, 2009, MN.swf Flex Camp
Event posted on Mar 03
The conference will be held on April 6th and only costs $40. In this economy, this could be the best conference value out there. We had an outstanding response from our first Camp last year and were asked by many to make this an annual conference. We’ll be at the Minneapolis Public Library again and we have another great lineup of local speakers. The session titles and descriptions will be trickling onto the site over the next few days. Last year we sold out in just two days, space is limited.