Good Training for CF Folks...

In case you missed CFUnited, Charlie Arehart has posted a number of the sessions from CFUnited on his UGTV site.

CFUnited - The total picture

Ok - so, as promised, here's my entry for today.

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CFUNITED - Day 2

Some have noticed my blog entries have slowed down today - mostly because I've been busier than a one legged man in a butt kickin contest. Rest assured - I'll be blogging my fingers off this evening.

CFUNITED - Day 1 Sessions

After the keynotes, and then the mad race to collect "stamps" at all the vendor booths - It was off to the "sessions". My favorite one was actually a two-part session (before and after lunch) run by Raymond Camden

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CFUNITED - Day 1 Keynotes

Michael Smith from TeraTech delivered the first keynote of the morning - addressing what he called current crisis of the day - the recession, global warming, and Web Application Healthcare.

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CFUNITED - MiniMAX and more

OK - So... Arriving early (as usual) to the Grand Hyatt (where MiniMAX was being hosted) - I ran into an old acquaintance and all around cool dude/CF Guru - Simon Horwith.

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CFUNITED - And So It Begins

Well... I have arrived in DC (after some small adventures that I will relate later) and I'm now prepping to head to the MiniMAX Event. Will fill ya'll in when I return.

CFUNITED Part 3

We are at the one week mark and counting! CFUNITED-08 kicks off next Wednesday and I found out yesterday that Ray Camden is "extending" his preso on CF8 and Ajax into a 2 PART Preso!

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CFUNITED Part 2

After having studied the schedule of speakers/events for CFUNITED08, I have finally filled up my scheduler with the handy scheduling tool provided on the CFUNITED website.

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CFUNITED Part 1

Yay for ME!!!

My illustrious place of employment has seen fit to send me to CFUNITED this year (after a graphic demonstration of the power of CF for handling a niggling extranet issue they'd been having).

Truth be told - there are very few in the company that actually KNOW what I do behind the scenes to make "miracles" occur. Even fewer realize the hours that my team and I spend troubleshooting, training, building, etc. So suffice it to say that I am ECSTATIC that they are sending me.

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