ODW 2017 is a free series of webinars by the guys from Ortus Solutions, from November 06-10, 2017.
Sessions are covering software development and usage of any of our open source and commercial products. It is hosted by the Ortus Team and other developers from around the world.
Here are the speakers at the ODW2017:
- Brad Wood
- Luis Majano
- Gavin Pickin
- Eric Peterson
- Erik Brandsberg
- Esme Acevedo
- George Murphy
- John Farrar
- Jon Clausen
- Nolan Erck
- Sander Bruinsma
All of the sessions will be recorded and available for download, but it is always good to attend these webinars and ask a few questions and follow the general chat.
5 days, 15 Live Sessions all starting at 11AM CST. See you!
And to continue learning how to make your ColdFusion apps more modern and alive, I encourage you to download our free ColdFusion Alive Best Practices Checklist.
Because… perhaps you are responsible for a mission-critical or revenue-generating CF application that you don’t trust 100%, where implementing new features is a painful ad-hoc process with slow turnaround even for simple requests.
What if you have no contingency plan for a sudden developer departure or a server outage? Perhaps every time a new freelancer works on your site, something breaks. Or your application availability, security, and reliability are poor.
And if you are depending on ColdFusion for your job, then you can’t afford to let your CF development methods die on the vine.
You’re making a high-stakes bet that everything is going to be OK using the same old app creation ways in that one language — forever.
All it would take is for your fellow CF developer to quit or for your CIO to decide to leave the (falsely) perceived sinking ship of CFML and you could lose everything—your project, your hard-won CF skills, and possibly even your job.
Luckily, there are a number of simple, logical steps you can take now to protect yourself from these obvious risks.
No Brainer ColdFusion Best Practices to Ensure You Thrive No Matter What Happens Next
ColdFusion Alive Best Practices Checklist
Modern ColdFusion development best practices that reduce stress, inefficiency, project lifecycle costs while simultaneously increasing project velocity and innovation.
√ Easily create a consistent server architecture across development, testing, and production
√ A modern test environment to prevent bugs from spreading
√ Automated continuous integration tools that work well with CF
√ A portable development environment baked into your codebase… for free!
Learn about these and many more strategies in our free ColdFusion Alive Best Practices Checklist.