Wow. I, ummm, don't even know what to say. I cannot believe it is July already. The last few months have been a massive whirlwind of activity around the Quack household: remodel, band booster stuff, conferences, presentations, graduation, new job... the list seems to never end. Unfortunately, I have been so busy and have totally last track of time, and never remembered to force myself to sit down and get my presentation and demo code ready to distribute. Oh well, better late than never, I suppose.
Posted on June 7, 2011 at 11:56 AM in
A few months back Aaron Greenlee released his Hoth project, which is an exception tracking/reporting application for CFML. I've been wanting to find time (let me know if you've ever found time) to take a look at it, but haven't had a chance. Until now, that is.
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HURRY! If you have not yet registered for cf.Objective() 2011, make sure you do it *tonight*! The early bird discount price ends today.
Go register now!!
Posted on February 9, 2011 at 10:18 PM in
Living here in West Texas is kind of remarkable in a lot of ways. The savage beauty of the desert plains is remarkable. But nothing is more remarkable than the fact that out here you are 6 hours from anywhere, yet 3 hours from absolutely nowhere.
Albuquerque - 6 hours
El Paso - 6 hours
San Antonio - 6 hours
Austin - 6 hours
Dallas/Ft. Worth - 6 hours
Oklahoma City - 6 hours
But drive 3 hours in any direction, and you're still in the middle of absolutely nowhere.
Posted on January 31, 2011 at 4:29 AM in
Okay, so this is relatively elementary, but since I did it _again_ I decided to go ahead and write a short post about it. Hopefully writing it out in paragraphs instead of simply fixing the screwup will help me actually remember it and think of this first the next time.
Posted on January 21, 2011 at 5:47 PM in
Hot off the presses (I think it's still hot after a couple of hours?) is the schedule for cf.Objective() 2011. Over its history, cf.Objective() has proven itself as the leader in quality speakers and content. This year's schedule is just over the top. Unbelievable.
I am deeply humbled and honored to be among such a distinguished group of speakers. While I am no stranger to public speaking, this will mark my first presentations at a programming-related conference. I hope to not drag down the reputation of the other speakers. At least not too much. :-)
Posted on July 6, 2010 at 12:20 AM in
I have been struggling to get a Google Apps calendar to show the event details publicly. All I could ever get it to do was show up as "Busy". Thankfully I just found this post that gave me the secret ingredient that I was missing. Since it was such a huge help for me, I decided I would pass it along.
Read the post
I just released cfUniForm 4.1 on RIAForge. As far as cfUniForm is concerned, this is a minor release done for the specific purpose of updating cfUniForm with the latest release (1.4) of the Uni-Form markup and CSS spec. On the other hand, for those who have been seeking themed CSS with cfUniForm, you will be happy to know that this release is for that exact purpose.
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