ColdFusion Scorpio Wearables And Eatables

The big ColdFusion Scorpio Usergroup tour starts next week in Seattle, WA (where I'll be presenting) and Jacksonville, FL (where Adam Lehman presenting). Next week we'll also be in California (San Francisco), Colorado (Denver), and Florida (Tampa and Davie). The full location list is posted online.

As we've already said, we'll be giving away software (including a copy of ColdFusion Scorpio) at each location. But I just learned that we'll also be giving away ColdFusion Scorpio branded goodies, some of the wearable variety, and some which are edible! (Yes, you can have your Scorpio and eat it too, apparently).

See you there!

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Comments (6)

  • r

    I find it interesting that the tour starts in Seattle near the heart of Microsoft country. Any idea of the CF market penetration in Seattle and the surrounding areas?

    #1Posted by r | Apr 20, 2007, 07:49 PM
  • Ben Forta

    There are quite a few sizable ColdFusion installations in that part of the world, starting with Boeing (which is one of the first places I taught ColdFusion classes 10 years or so ago).

    --- Ben

    #2Posted by Ben Forta | Apr 21, 2007, 10:14 PM
  • Rick Smith

    Completely bummed you're not coming to St. Louis. :( But I guess the cfug in St. Louis has dissolved into thin air... although I'd host you at my house and post on my blog if you'd come to St. Louis. :) Ah well, I'll see you at Max.

    Be safe in your travels.

  • Ben Forta

    Rick, yep, it's a shame. That group used to be great, but it has just ceased to be. Which is odd considering how well Kansas City's group is doing.

    --- Ben

    #4Posted by Ben Forta | Apr 22, 2007, 11:32 AM
  • JP Revel

    How does one go about starting a cfug, btw? Is there a link on adobe, or a person who facilitates cfugs? I live in St. Louis, and would consider reviving one.

    #5Posted by JP Revel | Jun 13, 2007, 03:20 PM
  • Ben Forta

    JP, ping Ed Sullivan, I'll send you his contact details directly.

    --- Ben

    #6Posted by Ben Forta | Jun 13, 2007, 03:27 PM