If you managed to miss my talk on Using ColdFusion Frameworks for Application Development, you can catch the recording here.
I really enjoyed giving this talk, but it wasn't until I was well into the talk that I realised how much there was to cover (didn't feel like that much during practice!). I'm sure I missed several of people's favourite frameworks, but I attempted to cover the basic set (as I saw it at least), and mention as many other ones as I could to give people a feel for what was out there, and give them a place to start when choosing a single, or set of application frameworks
The whole week featured some really great talks, so if you are looking for the rest of the talks, you can see all the recordings listed here for your enjoyment.
Big thanks to Adobe for hosting the event, and Simon Free for spearheading the efforts!
On the 2 Developers Down Under podcast that myself and Kai Koenig run, we've been interviewing speakers from the cf.Objective(ANZ) + Flex conference, which was strongly inspired by the CFHour podcast (okay, we stole the idea), to give listeners a taste of the content of the conference, and let them get to the know the speakers that will be presenting.
We've managed two episodes so far, speaking to Tanya Gray, AJ Dyka, AJ Mercer, Andrew Meyers, Bjorn Schultheiss, Geoff Bowers (our first return guest) and Robin Hilliard, with plenty more to come!
It's been a lot of fun talking to everyone, and I think it's going to make choosing which sessions to go to at the confernence even more difficult, as they all sound incredibly interesting.
So if you are interested in getting a taste of what our presenters will be showing off at cf.Objective(ANZ) + Flex, make sure to tune into the 2DDU podcast.
Next week I'm proud to (slightly belatedly) announce that I will be doing a presentation entitled Using ColdFusion Frameworks for Application Development at next weeks online ColdFusion Developer Week.
We will cover a basic introduction to Model-View-Controller, Dependency Injection and Object Relational Mapper concepts, as well as take brief looks at each of the major frameworks that are available for ColdFusion in these areas.
By the end of the presentation, you should (hopefully) have a better idea of what framework options are out there for you as a ColdFusion developer, and give you a sense of which frameworks may suite your particular application, or your development style.