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My cf.Objective() 2009 Schedule

May 11, 2009 ·

In the absence of a printable schedule - sorry, Joe Rinehart says it's a problem with the Media3 hosting and he's been trying to get them to fix it for months! - here is my schedule for cf.Objective() 2009:

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

  • 5:30p | TCCFUG presentation: Mura CMS - Blue River - RSVP via TCCFUG website
  • 7:00p | Opening Reception, sponsored by Blue River / Mura CMS

Thursday, May 14, 2009

  • 9:00a | Opening Keynote - Adobe
  • 10:15a | Indiana Jones and the Server of Doom - Mike Brunt
  • 11:30a | Building Custom Events in Flex - Scott Stroz
  • 1:45p | Rapid OO Development with ColdFusion Frameworks - Mark Mandel
  • 3:00p | Developing Flex Applications with the Swiz Framework - Chris Scott
  • 4:15p | CFML Portlets - Adam Haskell

Friday, May 15, 2009

  • 9:00a | Mach-II 1.8 "Simplicity" - Peter J. Farrell
  • 10:15a | Glassfish and ColdFusion - Jared Rypka-Hauer
  • 11:30a | The Best of Both Worlds: Java Backends with CFML Frontends - Matt Woodward
  • 1:45p | ColdBox Platform: More than MVC - Luis Majano
  • 3:00p | ColdFusion and Flex: Present and Future - Terry Ryan - Adobe
  • 4:30p | Mystery Science 3000 ColdSpring - Mark Drew and Chris Scott
  • 7:00p | BOF - Ask the Expert (various, including me)
  • 8:00p | BOF - Source Code Control with Git - Russ Johnson

Saturday, May 16, 2009

  • 9:00a | Leveraging Enterprise Open-Source Java in ColdFusion - Brian Kotek
  • 10:15a | Extending Adobe Bolt with CFML - Adam Lehman - Adobe
  • 11:30a | Advanced ORM in ColdFusion 9 - Terry Ryan - Adobe
  • 1:45p | Behavior-Driven Development with cfSpec - Sean Corfield
  • 3:00p | Extending AIR & Flex with Merapi - Andrew Powell
  • 4:15p | Closing Remarks
Don't forget that Luis Majano is running a pre-conference ColdBox training day on Wednesday. There are still a few seats available for last minute attendees (and you don't have to be attending cf.Objective() to take advantage of this training!). There are some very hard choices to make at cf.Objective() this year. Day three is all-new content, unlike last year where day three was mostly repeats! There are some great topics from new speakers plus many well-known stalwarts of the speaking scene. In every slot, there is more than one talk I'd like to attend. If I could clone myself, I'd go to these talks as well: Kurt's "Solid Development Environment", Dean's "Authorization", Bob's "OO Model", Marc's "Real-World TDD" and Cameron's "Subversion" (and probably Jason's "Security") - all at 3pm Thursday! Peter's "RAD OO" and Mark's "Atomic Reactor", Terry's "CFaaS", Brian's "When OO Fails", Oguz' "i18N" and Brian's "PostgreSQL", Laura's "Mate" and Montreal's "Payment Processing", TBD's "SOA" (we're still trying to nail that one down), the iPhone BOF and Peter's "Estimating" BOF, Bill & Jason's "Security" BOF and Matt's "Multiple Engines" BOF, Andy's "jQuery/AIR", Simeon's "AIR and JS", Sean's "Java Presenter" and Bill's "Automated Security Testing", Bob's "OO Validation" and Kurt's "JavaScript Death Match" and Brian's "Framework Migration" (because I've talked to him a lot about his long and winding road and I'd love to hear the end result!) - all three of which are against my talk! Samer's "Scalable Services" and Adam's "Code Reviews" and Pete's "Hardening Your Server" - so, again, all four slots! Damn, that's a lot of great content! Probably the most-anticipated talk for me is Adam Haskell's "CFML Portlets" with Andrew Powell's talk on Merapi a close second.

Tags: adobe · air · architecture · cfobjective · coldbox · coldfusion · coldspring · flex · iphone · j2ee · jquery · machii · orm · oss · ria · saas · swiz · tdd

2 responses

  • 1 Joe Rinehart // May 11, 2009 at 5:25 PM

    In fairness to Media3, it's a problem with my code and their account system. Sorry to all for not being able to fix it.
  • 2 Sean Corfield // May 11, 2009 at 5:32 PM

    @Joe, your code ran fine elsewhere tho' so this is a problem peculiar to Media3's setup, yes? Otherwise you'd just be able to fix your code if there was no problem with Media3...