Category Archives: ColdFusion

Democracee

Take the term “Open-Source”. Open-source software is a good thing.  Theoretically, it means you or I or any developer can contribute our ideas and work to that software.  A very democratic idea. Like the real world of politics, though, the … Continue reading

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Frowny Face :-(

Alas. The job didn’t work out.  My 90-day evaluation period ended unhappily.  It seems that my two years of CFML experience was just too little.  I was getting the work done, but it was taking me too long to do … Continue reading

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Ridin’ the Bike Again

This morning I had a technical phone interview.  It was my second with this particular company, and was a follow-up to a project the company assigned me as a sort of test. The project was a blast.  At almost every … Continue reading

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CFHour is Dead. Long Live CFHour! (April Fools)

(Ok, I fell for their April Fool’s joke hook, line and sinker.  Was going to delete this post, but what the heck.) Noooo! Episode #213 of the CFHour podcast was a doosie.  Out of nowhere, we listeners were hit with … Continue reading

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In the Spirit of the Great Mister Insult

Many years ago when my brother and I were cutting our software teeth on 8-bit machines in BASIC, one of us (I think it was him) came up with an idea that gave us endless entertainment.  It was called “Mister … Continue reading

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DOT COMMMM!

I have my very first hosted website. I have a domain, at long last. I am http://www.blippoids.com!

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cfSummit 2013 – Affirmation

This isn’t a technical piece; no arguments for or against cfClient.  It’s my big picture impressions. When I learned ColdFusion in 2012, my employer at the time was vocally anti-ColdFusion (they’d hired me to migrate it to .Net), and there … Continue reading

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