2007 Presenting At 360Flex In Seattle
The first 360Flex (in San Jose, CA) was an incredible event. I presented a session on ColdFusion/Flex integration, and I'll be presenting an updated presentation on the same topic at 360Flex in Seattle, WA. That first 360Flex sold out in record time, so if you have not yet done so, sign up now!
2007 What MAX BOFs Do You Want?
BOF stands for "birds of a feather", and MAX BOFs are free form discussion groups around specific topics. We've always welcomed input on what BOFs to host, but this year we're inviting you to get involved early giving you the chance to determine how the 24 BOF slots are allocated. Interested? Join the MAX 2007 BOF discussion list, post a BOF suggestion for review to the list, and in the future we'll allow community voting on the submissions. Yep, now more than ever, MAX is YOUR MAX!
More details on Ted's blog.
2007 3rd Party Confirms ColdFusion 8 Is Highly Secure
Information Risk Management, Plc. is a UK based independent security analysis and risk consultancy firm. IRM conducted an extensive security review of ColdFusion 8, and delivered this final report. They conclude that "ColdFusion 8 exhibits a high degree of resilience to application layer attacks with no compromise on functionality provisioned by the new features". Read the full report for more details.
2007 ColdFusion 8 Flavored Dog Food
Adobe.com is now running on ColdFusion 8, and Rahul Narula notes that the conversion from CFMX7 was seamless, just the way we like it. Good to see adherence to the eats its own dog food rule, and even better to see a clean and seamless transition.