[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers end of year dinner

2013-12-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Merry Xmas from MAD.

We are having a get-together this Thursday evening in Carlton for anyone 
interested.
Please RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers/

We are booked in to Jimmy Watson's Wine Bar, 333 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 
3053, Phone:(03) 9347 3985.

Booking is in my name, we have a room, the House of Lords.  People should 
enquire at the front bar.
Parking is available in Elgin St, just around the corner from Lygon.
Any tram can be caught in Swanston St, and will go at least as far as 
Melbourne Uni which is a short walk to the venue.  Trams 1 and 8 pass the 
intersection of Elgin and Lygon St, very close to Jimmy's.
Cuisine is varied and quite good with a fair range of prices.  Pizza is 
also available. 
We hope to see you there.
Best wishes


Peter Robertson Co-manager, MAD and Phil Phil Haeusler, Manager, MAD 

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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers (MAD) Building Mobile Software with Adobe PhoneGap Build

2013-02-09 Thread Peter Robertson
This month Phil Haeusler is delivering his presentation on PhoneGap at our 
new venue.

To RSVP, please go to Meetup, (*http://tinyurl.com/b42g55w*).

   - 
   
   Thursday, February 14, 2013
   
   6:00 PM
   - 
   
   The Loop Bar http://maps.google.com/maps?q=23+Meyers+Place%2C+Melbourne
   
   23 Meyers Place, Melbourne 
(maphttp://maps.google.com/maps?q=23+Meyers+Place%2C+Melbourne
   )
   
   Private space at the back of the bar
   - 
   
   Phil will run through the workflow of rapidly prototyping, creating and 
   deploying mobile applications using *PhoneGap Build*, 
   Adobe's cloud-based service to target multiple devices with a single 
   codebase.
   
   PhoneGap Build provides the power and ease of use of Apache Cordova 
   along with the simplified packaging and distribution of an online based 
   service.
   
   Suitable for all web developers, PhoneGap allows you to build and 
   package native apps for many different platforms using *JavaScript, HTML 
   and CSS*.
   
   Thursday February 14th
   The Loop Bar, 23 Meyers Place 
   Arrive from 6pm for a 6:30 start.
   
   
   Our February meetup is our first one at our new venue, The Loop Bar. 
The Loop Bar has graciously offered to host us for 2013 at no charge if we 
   have suitable attendance and bar sales.  *So to show your support for 
   MAD in 2013.  We need as many people as possible to attend our February and 
   March meetings.*
   
   We know that February 14th is Valentine's Day, and we'll understand if 
   you decide we're not the most important date you have that night. But we 
   hope to see you back in March.
   
   But for those of you that can make it, we're looking forward to kicking 
   off MAD for 2013.  We hope to see you there.
   
   
   *Call for presenters!*
   
   If you'd like to do more than just attend a MAD meetup, why not consider 
   proposing a topic and presenting!  We're a casual, easy going bunch who 
   like to learn more about what people are doing with any web related 
   technologies.
   
   Presentations can be anything from 5 minutes to a full hour, so don't 
   feel you have spend days working on the perfect presentation.
   
   And if you're a speaker at a tech conference, we'd love to have you do a 
   practice run or encore performance for us.
   
   
   Phil Haeusler
   
   
   
   User Group Manager
   
   Peter Robertson
   
   
   
   User Group Co-manager
   
   
   

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[cfaussie] MAD (Melbourne Adobe Developers) get-together for January 2013

2013-01-11 Thread Peter Robertson
We usually don't catch up over January, but these warm days have made us 
think it would be good to catch up for a casual get together after work.

You're invited to come along and catch up with the other Melbourne Adobe 
Developers after work on Thursday 17th January from 6pm.  There is no 
formal presentation, but a discussion on what everyone is working on and 
the meetup plans for the year ahead.

We have a limited budget, so depending on turn out we may be able to cover 
the first round and a few nibbles.

It's all entirely casual - we'll see you then!

Please RSVP at 
Meetup, 
http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers/events/9831/?a=me1_grprv=me1

Phil Haeusler



User Group Manager

Peter Robertson



User Group Co-manager

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Xmas get-together Thursday 20 December 2012

2012-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
*It’s that time again, and Phil and I are planning to get-together for a 
meal to talk about the year just past and what we’d like as a group out of 
the year to come.  (Oh, and maybe to have a glass or two).

Date:

We’ll kick off from around 6:30, Thursday 20 December

The venue is:

Cafe Italia

56-66 University Street

Carlton VIC 3053

(03)9347 0638

cafeitalia.com.au

We have a modest budget to cover a few drinks, meals will be at your own 
cost.
They have their menu on the website and meals are reasonably priced.
We will also be doing the software prize draw based upon attendances during 
the year.

See the attached map for details on public transport and car parking.  The 
booking is in my name (Peter Robertson)

Please RSVP through MeetUp: 
http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers/
I’ll need to provide the venue with numbers by Tuesday PM, please let us 
know if you’re coming. 

See you there!

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Phil Haeusler


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers*

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Xmas get-together THE MAP

2012-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Sorry, forgot the map:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/29rnj6eje2e7cuu/MAD_Xmas_Venue_2012.jpg

Peter

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[cfaussie] MAD Thursday, November 15, 2012. HTML5 WebSockets and ColdFusion 10 with Ray Camden from Adobe

2012-11-06 Thread Peter Robertson
This month we're pleased to have Ray Camden, developer evangelist from 
Adobe present to us on using HTML5 WebSockets with ColdFusion 10.

An introduction to WebSockets and their implementation in ColdFusion. No 
previous experience with WebSockets is required, but basic familiarity of 
JavaScript would help.

Even if you have not had any experience with ColdFusion, you're still more 
than welcome to come and see first hand how simple ColdFusion can make your 
server-side development.

Ray is a well known figure in the ColdFusion community and is now working 
as a Developer Evangelist for Adobe.  Ray will be presenting to us remotely 
from the USA, and we're very thankful he's willing to get up in the middle 
of the night to do so for us.

You can find out more about Ray at his site http://www.raymondcamden.com/

Date: Thursday, November 15, 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

NOTE: We have moved this group to Meetup, 
http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers.  
Please register with meetup for a bonus place in our twice-yearly Adobe 
software prize!

Please RSVP at meetup if you are planning to attend so we know how many 
pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Phil Haeusler


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD Melbourne Brian Chau presentation last night (25 Oct)

2012-10-29 Thread Peter Robertson
If you attended Brian Chau's excellent presentation in Melbourne last 
night, please make sure you give him some feedback at 
http://tinyurl.com/bchau4321/

Many thanks



Peter Robertson
Co-manager MAD

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[cfaussie] MAD: Reminder, Melbourne Adobe Developers next meeting is NEXT WEEK, Thursday 25 Oct

2012-10-17 Thread Peter Robertson
*This month we're pleased to have Brian Chau from Adobe present the 
highlights of Adobe's “Create The Web” tour.

In this session, Brian will introduce the new set of tools and online 
services from the Adobe Edge family to help web designers and developers 
create the experiences that push the boundaries of what is possible on the 
modern web, based around standards like HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.

Other news:

You’ll notice that Phil Haeusler is the new MAD manager.  I’d personally 
like to thank Phil for stepping up and taking this on.  I’d also like to 
take the opportunity of thanking Steve Onnis for his long service to the 
group.

Also, in an effort to bring in some fresh faces, we've opened a meetup.com. 
group.  Please RSVP via our new meetup site 
http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers/.  Everyone who RSVPs via 
meetup.com and attends in person will get 2 entries into our next major 
Adobe software draw to be drawn at our December Christmas meet up.

This month’s meeting:

Date: Thursday 25 October 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know 
how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Phil Haeusler


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers*

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Brian Chau, Modern Tools for the Modern Web, Thusday 25 October 2012

2012-10-07 Thread Peter Robertson
*This month we're pleased to have Brian Chau from Adobe present the 
highlights of Adobe's “Create The Web” tour.

In this session, Brian will introduce the new set of tools and online 
services from the Adobe Edge family to help web designers and developers 
create the experiences that push the boundaries of what is possible on the 
modern web, based around standards like HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.

Other news:

You’ll notice that Phil Haeusler is the new MAD manager.  I’d personally 
like to thank Phil for stepping up and taking this on.  I’d also like to 
take the opportunity of thanking Steve Onnis for his long service to the 
group.

Also, in an effort to bring in some fresh faces, we've opened a meetup.com. 
group.  Please RSVP via our new meetup site 
http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Adobe-Developers/.  Everyone who RSVPs via 
meetup.com and attends in person will get 2 entries into our next major 
Adobe software draw to be drawn at our December Christmas meet up.

This month’s meeting:

Date: Tuesday 25 October 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know 
how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Phil Haeusler


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers*

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[cfaussie] MAD CANCELLED SEPT. Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting September

2012-09-17 Thread Peter Robertson
We're very sorry folks but for various reasons we just can't do it this 
month.
We should have Phil Haeusler presenting on 18 October.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield, Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

2012-08-21 Thread Peter Robertson
Hear hear, thanks Sean, was a great presentation, very interesting to
contemplate such a different way of expressing intents in code. (I still
feel a bit dizzy).  I do hope I can make time to drill in a bit.

Thanks to all those who came along to make it such a great night, and hope
to see many of you next month.
Great also to have some visitors from the Clojure/Functional camps, I'd
like to see more X-pollination; that can only be a good thing.
Andrew, don't consider yourself an 'outsider', you're very welcome any time.

We may need to shift the night again next month due to some jet-setting at
CogState, I'll keep you all posted.

We're also short a presenter for Sept/Oct, given Gavin's move to the
CogState US office.  Anyone?  Anyone?
Remember, ANY topic of interest to professional web devs, including any of
the JS frameworks, or what about a good look at Mongo or one of the other
NoSQL DBs?
Please let me know if you'd like to do a presentation and remember,
presenters get an extra ticket in the six-monthly software draw.

Cheers


Peter

On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 7:40 AM, Andrew Myers am2...@gmail.com wrote:

 +1

 As an 'outsider' I think you guys are very lucky to have such a good cf
 community in Melbourne also.

 Nice to meet you too Rawdyn btw and catch up with a few people I haven't
 seen since cfobjective ANZ last year

 Sent from my mobile

 On 21/08/2012, at 10:38 PM, Rawdyn Nutting raw...@gmail.com wrote:

  Thanks Sean, Peter, Steve and Dale. Great presentation tonight. Got a
 lot out of it.
 
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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield, Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

2012-08-05 Thread Peter Robertson
Good point Mark.  I'm in touch with the Clojure group co-manager and am
waiting on a link to the post of the event on the Clojure list.  Clojure
folk can just reply on their list, and I'll monitor it, just to keep things
simple.

Cheers


Peter

On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:

 It's in my calendar as well.

 Hey - if people from Clojure Melbourne want to come, what's the best way
 for them to RSVP?

 Mark





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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield, Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

2012-08-05 Thread Peter Robertson
Yes, this has been at the back of my mind Dale.  I don't think the whole
Clojure group intend to come, but I'll keep an eye on it, may have to cap
it if too many respond.

Peter

On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 3:05 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 I'd also add that the room can only hold so many comfortably, but I have no
 concept of how many are in the Melbourne Clojure group.

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://cfmldocs.com
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

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 Sent: Monday, 6 August 2012 2:39 PM
 To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com
 Subject: Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield,
 Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

 I'll be attending as well

 On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 2:34 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:
  Now worries. Just trying to help it all out :)
 
  Mark
 
 
  On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 2:20 PM, Peter Robertson
  pe...@p-robertson.com
  wrote:
 
  Good point Mark.  I'm in touch with the Clojure group co-manager and
  am waiting on a link to the post of the event on the Clojure list.
  Clojure folk can just reply on their list, and I'll monitor it, just
  to keep things simple.
 
  Cheers
 
 
  Peter
 
  On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
  It's in my calendar as well.
 
  Hey - if people from Clojure Melbourne want to come, what's the best
  way for them to RSVP?
 
  Mark
 
 
 
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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield, Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

2012-08-05 Thread Peter Robertson
I only have one confirmation so far.

Peter

On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 3:12 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:

 I was there the other week - I believe there was about 15 people, and that
 was the largest they had had.

 TBH - not sure how many will want to come to a CFML group - but who knows!
 :)

 Mark


 On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 3:09 PM, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.comwrote:

 Yes, this has been at the back of my mind Dale.  I don't think the whole
 Clojure group intend to come, but I'll keep an eye on it, may have to cap
 it if too many respond.

 Peter


 On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 3:05 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 I'd also add that the room can only hold so many comfortably, but I have
 no
 concept of how many are in the Melbourne Clojure group.

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://cfmldocs.com
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

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 To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com
 Subject: Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield,
 Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

 I'll be attending as well

 On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 2:34 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Now worries. Just trying to help it all out :)
 
  Mark
 
 
  On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 2:20 PM, Peter Robertson
  pe...@p-robertson.com
  wrote:
 
  Good point Mark.  I'm in touch with the Clojure group co-manager and
  am waiting on a link to the post of the event on the Clojure list.
  Clojure folk can just reply on their list, and I'll monitor it, just
  to keep things simple.
 
  Cheers
 
 
  Peter
 
  On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
  It's in my calendar as well.
 
  Hey - if people from Clojure Melbourne want to come, what's the best
  way for them to RSVP?
 
  Mark
 
 
 
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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Searn Corfield, Clojure. 21 Aug **TUESDAY**, 2012

2012-08-03 Thread Peter Robertson
*Please Note: We’ve changed the night from our normal Thursday for this 
month to take advantage of Sean’s visit to Melbourne.

Sean Corfield will present on using Clojure alongside CFML.

World Singles has been using CFML for over a decade but in the last couple 
of years has decided to add Clojure to the mix, to tackle some of the 
interesting issues you can face when you have millions of users and many 
gigabytes of data to process. World Singles has been using Clojure in 
production for over a year now, alongside CFML. This talk will introduce 
some of the concepts behind functional programming, offer a brief overview 
of the Clojure language, and show how well it integrates with CFML to 
provide large scale data processing, concurrency, and great performance.

More information on Clojure and Sean can be found at 
http://corfield.org/blog/

Date: Tuesday 21 August 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know 
how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

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Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
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[cfaussie] Re: Apache Flex Steering survey

2012-07-27 Thread Peter Robertson
Further to the initial invitation, Keith has provided the following 
background regarding the steering committee for those interested.

Someone asked a good question about who is organizing and for what 
purpose, to be clear you can add this (or summary of) background if needed:

The Apache Flex Steering Survey is being organized and executed by members 
of the 'Open Spoon Foundation' (www.spoon.as) and affiliates in support of 
the Apache Flex Project. The Foundation (not-for-profit foundation) setup 
by the Adobe community in 2011 to capture the collective experience of 
those individuals implementing solutions on the Flex framework and to apply 
that knowledge in a constructive manner through defect patching, feature 
contribution and addressing aspects of the framework that limit 
extensibility. Spoon's has a membership of several hundred and growing (a 
number of who are Apache Flex committers and PMC members). The survey is 
part of an effort to bring the community together, plan and organize 
ourselves to move forward from the recent 4.8.0-incubating release. The 
next 6 months will be an important stage for Apache Flex during which 
Adobe's code/effort donations will be finalized and the first true 'new' 
release will be undertaken. It is also a critical time in the market to 
begin rebuilding interest and commitment in the technology. The chances of 
success at this environment will be greatly improved by a coordinated 
community effort towards the right objectives, which is what the steering 
survey is going to contribute towards. The survey is live right now  will 
remain open until August 21st, the data is meant to be used by Spoon and 
the Apache Flex project. No commercial or personal information will be 
shared publically, only aggregated results for the purpose of defining 
objectives, features and functions as part of the roadmap 
planning/organizing discussion.

Keith Sutton  

On Friday, July 27, 2012 11:17:28 AM UTC+10, Peter Robertson wrote:

 I've been asked to pass on this invitation by Keith Sutton from the Spoon 
 Project.  If you're interested in the future of Apache Flex, please take 
 the time to let the steering committee know your priorities.

 With the successful release of 4.8.0-incubating it would be timely to have 
 a discussion/consensus around the priorities going forward. We would 
 appreciate your support in distributing the link below to populations of 
 Flex developers you communicate with via the communities you manage. This 
 short survey will help guide and give context to this discussion. This 
 survey is 8 questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Your 
 input is extremely important to the project - thank you for your time.

 http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TWTJ2VS 

 Peter Robertson
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[cfaussie] Apache Flex Steering survey

2012-07-26 Thread Peter Robertson
I've been asked to pass on this invitation by Keith Sutton from the Spoon 
Project.  If you're interested in the future of Apache Flex, please take 
the time to let the steering committee know your priorities.

With the successful release of 4.8.0-incubating it would be timely to have 
a discussion/consensus around the priorities going forward. We would 
appreciate your support in distributing the link below to populations of 
Flex developers you communicate with via the communities you manage. This 
short survey will help guide and give context to this discussion. This 
survey is 8 questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Your 
input is extremely important to the project - thank you for your time.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TWTJ2VS 

Peter Robertson
Co-manager
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[cfaussie] MAD jQuery Mobile presentation last night by Brian Chau. Please complete feedback form.

2012-07-12 Thread Peter Robertson
Many thanks to Brian Chau from Adobe for coming out last night and making 
an excellent presentation on jQuery Mobile.

To those who attended, please be sure to complete Adobe's presenter 
feedback form for Brian.
http://adobe.ly/SCFeedback

Many thanks



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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: jQuery Mobile, Brian Chau July 12th, 2012

2012-07-10 Thread Peter Robertson
Show of hands if you want pizza please, who's coming?

Peter

On Monday, July 9, 2012 4:22:13 PM UTC+10, Peter Robertson wrote:

 Note: we’re meeting a week early this month to work in with our guest 
 speaker. jQuery Mobile for a touch-optimised web experience for mobile 
 devices .

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: jQuery Mobile, Brian Chau July 12th, 2012

2012-07-09 Thread Peter Robertson
Note: we’re meeting a week early this month to work in with our guest 
speaker. jQuery Mobile for a touch-optimised web experience for mobile 
devices The proliferation of smartphones and tablets from various mobile 
platforms has brought new challenges for web developers to build an 
engaging web experiences across all platforms and devices. This is where 
frameworks like jQuery mobile comes in: rapid development based around a 
unified HTML5-based user interface system. jQuery mobile framework is 
lightweight and its styling can easily be themed. In this session, we will 
cover how you can use jQuery mobile framework to have your mobile websites 
and web app up and running in no time, or in one hour to be precise. Brian 
is very experienced in web technologies and is a frequent speaker at Adobe 
seminars, tradeshows and education events. He also has his own blog at 
http://brianchau.wordpress.com where he shares his knowledge and thoughts 
on Adobe software. Apart from work, Brian has great interests in all the 
latest and greatest (or smallest) electronic gadgets. He dreams one day he 
can have a robot that can be his lifelong friend/partner. Date: Thursday 
12th July 2012 Time: 6:30 PM Location: CogState Level 2 255 Bourke Street 
Melbourne, VIC, 3000 A note on the door will provide a number to ring for 
access. RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we 
know how many pizzas to order. As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and 
CogState for their hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there. 
Peter Robertson Co-Manager Melbourne Adobe Developers Steve Onnis Manager 
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Peter Robertson
*Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web based 
applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web applications, 
database driven web sites, multimedia applications and semiconnected 
desktop applications.

Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 years 
and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in particular 
ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) and Flex (now 
Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member and committer, an 
Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe trainer for ColdFusion and 
Flex and is an international conference speaker.

Apache Flex: The way forward
An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has (and 
hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do to get 
involved.

Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know 
how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
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[cfaussie] MAD: Melbourne Adobe Developers next meeting 21 June.

2012-06-14 Thread Peter Robertson
Justin McLean will be presenting on Apache Flex next Thursday in Melbourne.

Please keep this evening free, 6:30PM, CogState Level 2 255 Bourke Street 
Melbourne, VIC, 3000.
Full details will be published early next week.

Peter Robertson



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[cfaussie] Re: Rego for tonight

2012-05-17 Thread Peter Robertson
Look forward to seeing you both there Jeff, the more the merrier.

Cheers


Peter

On Thursday, May 17, 2012 2:13:40 PM UTC+10, Jeff Gietz wrote:

 Hi there,

 I've been part of the MAD list for a while but have never been to an 
 event, I'd like to register myself and a friend for tonight.

 Regards,
 Jeff 

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting May17 2012: AngularJS

2012-05-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Any more takers?  I need to get numbers for Pizza.
By the way Brendan, I'm really looking forward to this, it's very timely 
for me.  I hope we get a good turnout.

Cheers


Peter

On Monday, May 14, 2012 9:26:55 AM UTC+10, Peter Robertson wrote:

 AngularJS is to JavaScript as Flex is to AS3 by Brendan Owen 




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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting May17 2012: AngularJS

2012-05-13 Thread Peter Robertson
AngularJS is to JavaScript as Flex is to AS3 by Brendan Owen

For mobile web development I have shifted from AS3 to JavaScript
development. AngularJS seems a nice replacement for Flex. In the
presentation i will look at how some things done in Flex can be done
in AngularJS. Some of the concepts will include two way data bindings,
dependency injection, custom components, models and controllers.

From angularjs.org
HTML is great for declaring static documents, but it falters when we
try to use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications.
AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The
resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and
quick to develop.

Brendan is Digital Product Developer with Jacaranda, a division of
John Wiley  Sons Australia, Ltd

Date: Thursday 17 May 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting April 19, 2012

2012-04-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Getting closure on Closures by Mark Mandel

It seems like all the cool kids are getting on the Closure bandwagon
these days.  ColdFusion is no exception with Closures coming to
ColdFusion 10 in the near future, but what is the hype all about?

Are closures really the programming nirvana that we've all been
looking for, a well marketed snake oil of fancy programmatic syntax,
or something in between?

We'll look at exactly what Closures are, and how the can help you out
with your day to day programming tasks, as well as other real world
examples that will help show off the power of closures for those more
tricky problems.

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
ORM and ColdDoc and has been has been working with ColdFusion for a
number of years, including at his very own dot com back in the late
90's.

Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years.  He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
#coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting on www.2ddu.com.

When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

Date: Thursday 19 April 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Fusebox framework reverts to open community

2012-04-07 Thread Peter Robertson
After a long hiatus the Fusebox Framework, website, and copyright was
transferred from TeraTech to John Blayter. The overall goals of this
transfer was to place the future of the framework in the community. In
January 2012 the transfer was completed and the copyright was removed
from the source code.  On the site they state that the plan is to
simply remove all copyright, the transfer having been an interim step.

This has happened rather quietly, I didn't know anything about it.  It
seems the forums aren't operating (do they remain in TeraTech's
domain?), but there is a mailing list to subscribe to,
fusebox5-subscr...@yahoogroups.com.  See http://www.fusebox.org/ for
further info.

I have to say it always seemed strange that TeraTech were able to
'own' the copyright (even though the code was open source), so I'm
really pleased to see that they've released it to the community.  It
seems there are still enough of us using it to warrant further
development and they're claiming five active committers.  Their
roadmap emphasizes community participation, so if you're still using
FuseBox or are potentially interested in the framework, I suggest you
subscribe to the list as a starting point.

Cheers



Peter Robertson

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[cfaussie] Re: Sean Corfield will be in Sydney and Melborne in August

2012-03-31 Thread Peter Robertson
Agreed Dale, I've just DMed Sean to see if he's interested/able to
present.
I'm sure it'd be well worth moving the date.

Peter Robertson
Co-manager
MAD

On Mar 31, 6:09 pm, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:
 That’s a Sunday, but he tells me he will be in Melbourne for a few days.

 Might be an idea to change the MAD (Melbourne Adobe Developers) group and get 
 him in to talk.

 Regards

 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au

 http://cfmldocs.com

 http://learncf.com

 http://flexcf.com

 From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:cfaussie@googlegroups.com] On Behalf 
 Of AJ Mercer
 Sent: Saturday, 31 March 2012 5:34 PM
 To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com
 Subject: [cfaussie] Sean Corfield will be in Sydney and Melborne in August

  https://twitter.com/#!/seancorfield Sean Corfield ‏ @seancorfield

 ·          https://twitter.com/  Reply

 ·          https://twitter.com/  Retweet

 ·          https://twitter.com/  Favorite

 ·         ·  https://twitter.com/#!/seancorfield/status/185959584903598080 
 Open

 August itinerary: Melbourne on the 19th, then Sydney, then Tamworth on the 
 25th.  https://twitter.com/#!/search/%23clojure #clojure and  
 https://twitter.com/#!/search/%23cfml #cfml user groups anywhere? :)

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[cfaussie] Re: Sean Corfield will be in Sydney and Melborne in August

2012-03-31 Thread Peter Robertson
Have had contact with Sean, we're very likely to get him for an
evening somewhere between 19th and 25th here in Melbourne.
I'll post when we have something firmer.

Thanks AJ / Dale.

Peter Robertson

On Apr 1, 3:10 pm, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:
 Cat Ladys?

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.auhttp://cfmldocs.comhttp://learncf.comhttp://flexcf.com







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 Of Andrew Myers
 Sent: Sunday, 1 April 2012 9:19 AM
 To: cfaussie@googlegroups.com
 Subject: Re: [cfaussie] Sean Corfield will be in Sydney and Melborne in
 August

 Cat show I believe.

 There's also some pretty cool people here too though ;-P

 On 1 April 2012 02:00, Barry Beattie barry.beat...@gmail.com wrote:
  Tamworth? What the hell is in Tamworth? It's not the Country Music
  Festival then is it?

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting March 22, 2012

2012-03-20 Thread Peter Robertson
A/B Testing with Squabble

by Mark Mandel

You have two designs, one with a blue button, and one with a red
button, and you think that both designs could work on your a feature
of your application. The problem is, how do you know which one is
actually better? Which design is going to convert more users into
giving you their hard earned dollars through your application?

The fact of the matter is, you don't actually know. You can only make
a guestimate based on your experience as a web application developer,
and hope for the best.  Unfortunately, real users can be a fickle
bunch that do unpredictable things, and it can be very hard to track
what the overall effect of all these changes to a site can make.

Squabble is a server side A/B testing framework for ColdFusion that
allows you to test multiple variations of site design and/or
functionality against your real users, in real time, and quantify the
results into statistics that can actually prove which combination of
variations results in your application getting more of the conversions
that you require. This gives you amazing freedom in being able to try
out new things on established sites, as you are able to track what
changes actually effect the behaviour of your real users, and then
continually improve upon them.

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
ORM and ColdDoc and has been has been working with ColdFusion for a
number of years, including at his very own dot com back in the late
90's.

Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years.  He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
#coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting on www.2ddu.com.

When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.


Date: Thursday 22 March 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
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As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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Re: [cfaussie] jQuery SmartWizard 2

2012-03-20 Thread Peter Robertson
Well, hadn't used this widget, so I put together a minimal fusebox5.5 and
can't find any problem, works a treat, and I like the wizard.
I'd need to see some code, or just guessing from here on.
I'd suggest you find the simplest setup that'll reproduce the issue and
share it on the list.

Peter Robertson

On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 4:09 PM, Stephen M sgmul...@gmail.com wrote:

 I am trying to fit a jQuery SmartWizard 2 onto a fusebox coldfusion
 page.

 https://github.com/mstratman/jQuery-Smart-Wizard

 This wizard is a tab interface with validation so that you cannot move
 to the second tab without completimng the first correctly.

 It was working perfectly in plain old HTML, even a plain cfm page, but
 when I moved it onto Fusebox the next and tab buttons started doing
 strange things.

 The tabs are just LI tags that look like this

  ullia href=#step-1Personal details/a/li
lia href=#step-2Further details/a/li

 The problem is that in fusebox a click on a tab takes you straight to
 the domain home page,
 eg the wizard might be on
 http://www.mydomain.com/applications/userdetails.cfm
 but when I click a tab I go to http://www.mydomain.com/#step-2  ie
 back to the main page of the website

 Anyone here using jQuery in Fusebox?

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[cfaussie] Re: jQuery SmartWizard 2

2012-03-19 Thread Peter Robertson
Yep, using jQuery without issue.

What version of Fusebox?
Fusebox composes content and delivers it as index.cfm in your app root
(or another nominated single file).
This means that regardless of the path to the resources within your
app structure, the server sees everything as being index.cfm.
So check that references to css files, js libs etc all make this
assumption.

If this isn't the issue then I'd need to know more about your
particular app structure and how you're calling your resources.

Peter Robertson

On Mar 20, 4:09 pm, Stephen M sgmul...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am trying to fit a jQuery SmartWizard 2 onto a fusebox coldfusion
 page.

 https://github.com/mstratman/jQuery-Smart-Wizard

 This wizard is a tab interface with validation so that you cannot move
 to the second tab without completimng the first correctly.

 It was working perfectly in plain old HTML, even a plain cfm page, but
 when I moved it onto Fusebox the next and tab buttons started doing
 strange things.

 The tabs are just LI tags that look like this

  ullia href=#step-1Personal details/a/li
         lia href=#step-2Further details/a/li

 The problem is that in fusebox a click on a tab takes you straight to
 the domain home page,
 eg the wizard might be onhttp://www.mydomain.com/applications/userdetails.cfm
 but when I click a tab I go tohttp://www.mydomain.com/#step-2 ie
 back to the main page of the website

 Anyone here using jQuery in Fusebox?

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[cfaussie] MAD - Melbourne Adobe Developers - Meeting Postponed to Thurs 22 March 2012

2012-03-13 Thread Peter Robertson
The third Thursday came up a bit too quickly for us, so we're bumping
the meeting to next week.

Mark Mandel will be presenting on the A/B Testing project, Squabble, a
ColdFusion framework for multi-variant testing of websites.
Details will be posted early next week, but feel free to have a look
on github in the meantime.
http://tinyurl.com/7aoc5l3

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] REMINDER: TONIGHT - MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting Feb 16 2012 StageWebView (AIR), Backbone (JS)

2012-02-15 Thread Peter Robertson
For details please see: http://tinyurl.com/6m9rn32

If you haven't RSVPed, please reply to this (or the original) post.

See you there!

Peter Robertson


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Steve Onnis


Manager
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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Meeting Feb 16 2012 StageWebView (AIR), Backbone (JS)

2012-02-12 Thread Peter Robertson
StageWebView  by Brendan Owen

Using StageWebView integrated into an AIR application and compiled as
a native App.  StageWebView is the name of a class that displays the
native browser of the mobile device without leaving your native App.

Brendan is Digital Product Developer with Jacaranda, a division of
John Wiley  Sons Australia, Ltd

Building Mobile Apps with Backbone

Backbone brings structure to your Javascript applications by supplying
models, events, collections and views that easily connect to your
existing APIs over a RESTful JSON interface.

See how you can develop native mobile apps with HTML5 using Backbone
and PhoneGap.  We'll leverage the native device storage options
available through the PhoneGap Storage API to allow your app to work
when offline or only occasionally connected.

We'll also compare the approach taken by Backbone with other libraries
such as AngularJS highlighting the strengths of each platform.

Phil is an freelance developer who consults for a range of
organisations delivering Web, Desktop, Mobile and Cloud based
solutions.  While often found using ColdFusion and Flash, more
recently he has developed a range of cross platform solutions using
HTML5 and PhoneGap, as well as native solutions using C++ and
Objective C.  Phil advocates best practice approaches to development
methodologies, testing and deployment security.

Date: Thursday 16 February 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: Melbourne Adobe Developers: MAD Un-Meeting Thurs 19 Jan 2011 (drinks / food)

2012-01-18 Thread Peter Robertson
So, who's coming?

Peter Robertson

On Jan 19, 1:52 pm, Dennis Clark boomf...@gmail.com wrote:
 If you see a guy wearing a Barcamp T-shirt in the vicinity looking at bit
 lost, that would most likely be me.

 -- Dennis
 On Jan 18, 2012 4:56 PM, Peter Robertson peter.r.robert...@gmail.com
 wrote:







  Thanks to Dennis Clark's recent post, we are going to get together for
  a drink and a feed.
  As there is no formal presentation, this won't be funded, so we'll
  each be paying our own way.

  Let's meet for a drink (alcohol not compulsory Dale, please come
  anyway), and then move straight on to dinner.

  DRINKS 6:00 PM
  The Carlton,www.thecarlton.com.au
  193 Bourke St (One block up from CogState)
  Melbourne, VIC, 3000

  DINNER 7:00 PM
  Venue TBC, (I'll tweet the location as soon as it's fixed, (http://
 www.twitter.com/Peter_Robertson) )

  If you can post back here to let us know if you're coming, then we'll
  get some idea of numbers when choosing a dinner venue.

  Look forward to seeing you all.

  Peter

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Re: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan 2012

2012-01-17 Thread Peter Robertson
So, yes drinks and/or dinner, depending upon how much time people have.
 I'll probably stick around for dinner also.

Peter

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 8:46 PM, Phil Haeusler philhaeus...@gmail.comwrote:

  In an effort to make this the most well attended non-mad mad meeting, I'd
 be up for drinks and dinner Thursday too

 And don't worry Dennis, Melbourne is renowned for it's great cheap dodgy
 Chinese restaurants

 Phil



 On 17/01/12 6:20 PM, Dennis Clark wrote:

 Peter: It's been long enough since I was last down there that I didn't
 remember if it was Burke or Bourke, but thankfully Google Maps has
 autocorrect :)

  Mark: I've got all of Thursday night free so I can go for dinner as
 well, assuming it's not overly expensive. Fancy schmancy restaurants is one
 part of the Melbourne experience that I don't mind skipping.

  -- Dennis

 On 17 January 2012 17:55, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:

 You thinking just drinks, or you want to grab dinner somewhere as well?

  I could potentially do Thursday too ;o)

  Mark


 On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 5:39 PM, Peter Robertson 
 pe...@p-robertson.comwrote:

 Thanks Dale.  It's BOURKE Dennis, but I'm sure you knew that.

  Peter R

  On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 4:53 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 Burke street, where is that?

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://cfmldocs.com
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

 -Original Message-
 From: cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:cfaussie@googlegroups.com] On
 Behalf
 Of Peter Robertson
 Sent: Tuesday, 17 January 2012 3:26 PM
 To: cfaussie
 Subject: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for
 Jan
 2012

 Hi Dennis

 I'd be happy to meet for a drink on Thursday evening.
 If you're in the CBD, then a suitable venue would be:

 Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
 Time: 6:00 PM
 Location:
 Top floor
 The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
 193 Burke St (One block up from CogState) Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 Any other starters?

 Peter Robertson

 On Jan 17, 3:20 pm, Dennis Clark boomf...@gmail.com wrote:
  I guess that ruins my gatecrashing plans.
 
  I'll be in the Melbourne CBD this Thursday and Friday, so if any of
  you MAD hatters are planning a non-meet gathering and wouldn't mind
  the company of a random non-local CF developer, let me know.
 
  -- Dennis
 
  On 12 January 2012 19:57, Peter Robertson
 peter.r.robert...@gmail.comwrote:


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Re: Re: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan 2012

2012-01-17 Thread Peter Robertson
I'm definitely for a meal, happy to make it a short drink, or skip the
drink altogether, how's everyone else feeling?

Peter

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:39 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 I might be up for dinner on Thursday

 ** **

 Lots of good chineese places in China Town

 ** **

 We go to Post Deng weekly, good food, reasonable prices.

 ** **

 Let me know, I might skip the drinking, since I don’t drink.

 ** **

 Regards

 Dale Fraser

 ** **

 http://dale.fraser.id.au

 http://cfmldocs.com

 http://learncf.com

 http://flexcf.com

 ** **

 *From:* cfaussie@googlegroups.com [mailto:cfaussie@googlegroups.com] *On
 Behalf Of *peter.tilbr...@gmail.com
 *Sent:* Tuesday, 17 January 2012 9:33 PM
 *To:* cfaussie@googlegroups.com
 *Subject:* Re: Re: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No
 meeting for Jan 2012

 ** **

 Wish I was in town but too much going on here ATM. Have fun though. Talk
 about Zeus if you can - is coming along nicely.

 On , Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com wrote:
  So, yes drinks and/or dinner, depending upon how much time people have.
  I'll probably stick around for dinner also.
 
  Peter
 
  On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 8:46 PM, Phil Haeusler philhaeus...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
 
 
 
 
 
  In an effort to make this the most well attended non-mad mad
  meeting, I'd be up for drinks and dinner Thursday too
 
 
 
  And don't worry Dennis, Melbourne is renowned for it's great cheap
  dodgy Chinese restaurants
 
 
 
  Phil
 
 
 
 
 
  On 17/01/12 6:20 PM, Dennis Clark wrote:
  Peter: It's been long enough since I was last down
  there that I didn't remember if it was Burke or Bourke, but
  thankfully Google Maps has autocorrect :)
 
 
 
 
  Mark: I've got all of Thursday night free so I can go for
  dinner as well, assuming it's not overly expensive. Fancy
  schmancy restaurants is one part of the Melbourne experience
  that I don't mind skipping.
 
 
 
 
 
  -- Dennis
 
 
 
  On 17 January 2012 17:55, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
 
  You thinking just drinks, or you want to grab dinner
  somewhere as well?
 
 
 
 
  I could potentially do Thursday too ;o)
 
 
 
 
 
  Mark
 
 
 
 
 
  On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 5:39
  PM, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com
  wrote:
 
  Thanks
  Dale.  It's BOURKE Dennis, but I'm sure you knew
  that.
 
 
 
 
  Peter R
 
 
 
 
  On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 4:53 PM, Dale
  Fraser d...@fraser.id.au
  wrote:
 
 
 
 
 
  Burke
  street, where is that?
 
 
 
  Regards
 
  Dale Fraser
 
 
 
  http://dale.fraser.id.au
 
  http://cfmldocs.com
 
  http://learncf.com
 
  http://flexcf.com
 
 
 
 
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  [mailto:cfaussie@googlegroups.com]
  On Behalf
 
  Of Peter Robertson
 
  Sent: Tuesday, 17 January 2012 3:26
  PM
 
  To: cfaussie
 
  Subject: [cfaussie] Re: MAD!
  Melbourne Adobe Developers: No
  meeting for Jan
 
  2012
 
 
 
  Hi Dennis
 
 
 
  I'd be happy to meet for a drink on
  Thursday evening.
 
  If you're in the CBD, then a
  suitable venue would be:
 
 
 
  Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
 
  Time: 6:00 PM
 
  Location:
 
  Top floor
 
  The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
 
  193 Burke St (One block up from
  CogState) Melbourne, VIC, 3000
 
 
 
  Any other starters?
 
 
 
  Peter Robertson
 
 
 
  On Jan 17, 3:20 pm, Dennis Clark
  boomf...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   I guess that ruins my
  gatecrashing plans.
 
  
 
   I'll be in the Melbourne CBD
  this Thursday and Friday, so if any
  of
 
   you MAD hatters are planning a
  non-meet gathering and wouldn't mind
 
   the company of a random
  non-local CF developer, let me know.
 
  
 
   -- Dennis
 
  
 
   On 12 January 2012 19:57, Peter
  Robertson
 
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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers: MAD Un-Meeting Thurs 19 Jan 2011 (drinks / food)

2012-01-17 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks to Dennis Clark's recent post, we are going to get together for
a drink and a feed.
As there is no formal presentation, this won't be funded, so we'll
each be paying our own way.

Let's meet for a drink (alcohol not compulsory Dale, please come
anyway), and then move straight on to dinner.

DRINKS 6:00 PM
The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
193 Bourke St (One block up from CogState)
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

DINNER 7:00 PM
Venue TBC, (I'll tweet the location as soon as it's fixed, (http://
www.twitter.com/Peter_Robertson) )

If you can post back here to let us know if you're coming, then we'll
get some idea of numbers when choosing a dinner venue.

Look forward to seeing you all.

Peter

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan 2012

2012-01-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi Dennis

I'd be happy to meet for a drink on Thursday evening.
If you're in the CBD, then a suitable venue would be:

Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
Time: 6:00 PM
Location:
Top floor
The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
193 Burke St (One block up from CogState)
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

Any other starters?

Peter Robertson

On Jan 17, 3:20 pm, Dennis Clark boomf...@gmail.com wrote:
 I guess that ruins my gatecrashing plans.

 I'll be in the Melbourne CBD this Thursday and Friday, so if any of you MAD
 hatters are planning a non-meet gathering and wouldn't mind the company of
 a random non-local CF developer, let me know.

 -- Dennis

 On 12 January 2012 19:57, Peter Robertson peter.r.robert...@gmail.comwrote:







  Greetings and Happy New Year to all Melbourne Adobe Developers.  We
  will be kicking off our MAD meetings next month, Thursday 16th Feb.

  As always, we'll be looking for presentations during the year.  If you
  would like to present on a technology (which can be anything of
  interest to CF, AS or Flex developers), or if you'd like to talk about
  methodologies or even a project your're working on, please get in
  touch and we'll schedule you in.

  We look forward to seeing you all soon.

  Peter Robertson

  Co-Manager
  Melbourne Adobe Developers

  Steve Onnis

  Manager
  Melbourne Adobe Developers

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Re: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan 2012

2012-01-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks Dale.  It's BOURKE Dennis, but I'm sure you knew that.

Peter R

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 4:53 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 Burke street, where is that?

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://cfmldocs.com
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

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 Sent: Tuesday, 17 January 2012 3:26 PM
 To: cfaussie
 Subject: [cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan
 2012

 Hi Dennis

 I'd be happy to meet for a drink on Thursday evening.
 If you're in the CBD, then a suitable venue would be:

 Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
 Time: 6:00 PM
 Location:
 Top floor
 The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
 193 Burke St (One block up from CogState) Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 Any other starters?

 Peter Robertson

 On Jan 17, 3:20 pm, Dennis Clark boomf...@gmail.com wrote:
  I guess that ruins my gatecrashing plans.
 
  I'll be in the Melbourne CBD this Thursday and Friday, so if any of
  you MAD hatters are planning a non-meet gathering and wouldn't mind
  the company of a random non-local CF developer, let me know.
 
  -- Dennis
 
  On 12 January 2012 19:57, Peter Robertson
 peter.r.robert...@gmail.comwrote:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Greetings and Happy New Year to all Melbourne Adobe Developers.  We
   will be kicking off our MAD meetings next month, Thursday 16th Feb.
 
   As always, we'll be looking for presentations during the year.  If
   you would like to present on a technology (which can be anything of
   interest to CF, AS or Flex developers), or if you'd like to talk
   about methodologies or even a project your're working on, please get
   in touch and we'll schedule you in.
 
   We look forward to seeing you all soon.
 
   Peter Robertson
 
   Co-Manager
   Melbourne Adobe Developers
 
   Steve Onnis
 
   Manager
   Melbourne Adobe Developers
 
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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: No meeting for Jan 2012

2012-01-12 Thread Peter Robertson
Greetings and Happy New Year to all Melbourne Adobe Developers.  We
will be kicking off our MAD meetings next month, Thursday 16th Feb.

As always, we'll be looking for presentations during the year.  If you
would like to present on a technology (which can be anything of
interest to CF, AS or Flex developers), or if you'd like to talk about
methodologies or even a project your're working on, please get in
touch and we'll schedule you in.

We look forward to seeing you all soon.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Xmas Get-together: Thursday Dec 16th 2011.

2011-12-15 Thread Peter Robertson
You were missed Mr Buzzy, do doubt.

The evening was lightly attended but in other respects very
enjoyable.

First week of Jan is probably unlikely but by all means propose it to
the list.
I am usually available for a feed and a drink in good company.
How's your dog?

I also had a dog crisis, we must compare notes :)

Peter

On Dec 16, 3:56 pm, MrBuzzy mrbu...@gmail.com wrote:
 How was it?
 Maybe it was the bad timing with Xmas, or bad choice of venue, but I'm 
 guessing the turn out was below average.

 Do over? First week of Jan?

 On 15/12/2011, at 18:12, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:







  On my way shortly, running even later than I expected.

  Mark

  On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 4:55 PM, Rawdyn raw...@gmail.com wrote:
  Sorry folks, I have already been into the city twice today and just
  can't manage to drag myself in a third time.

  Have fun though.

  Rawdy

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[cfaussie] MAD Xmas gathering: Software Prize Winner.

2011-12-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Last night Brendan drew the winning name for the six-monthly software
prize.
People got their names in the draw once for each attendance over the
period, plus an extra chance if they presented during that time.

And, the winner was, Paul Kukiel!

Congratulations Paul, please contact me off-list with the following
information:
- The email you wish Adobe to send you your download details to,
- The platform you will install on,
- The product you would like.

Conditions:
- Download only, boxed product will not be shipped,
- No upgrades,
- No online services,
- Value up to USD $2,100

Peter Robertson

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Xmas Get-together: Thursday Dec 16th 2011.

2011-12-14 Thread Peter Robertson
Can we get a head-count please?

Who's coming who hasn't posted back yet?  Please let us know.

Cheers


Peter

On Dec 13, 8:06 pm, Peter Robertson peter.r.robert...@gmail.com
wrote:
 Come and share a drink, a laugh and a feed with us to celebrate yet
 another year of all things MAD.  We will be drawing the software prize
 for the second half of the year also.  Chances are ranked based upon
 attendance and contributions during the past six months.

 There will be a tab to cover some basics and then we'll pay
 individually as we go.

 Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
 Time: 6:00 PM
 Location:
 Top floor
 The Carlton,www.thecarlton.com.au
 193 Burke St (One block up from CogState)
 Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 If you can't find us, ask at the bar, we'll make sure they know where
 we are.

 Thanks to Phil and Mr Buzzy for the detailed research that made this
 event possible :)

 Please let us know if you're coming so we have some idea of the
 numbers.

 Peter Robertson

 Co-Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers

 Steve Onnis

 Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Xmas Get-together: Thursday Dec 16th 2011.

2011-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Come and share a drink, a laugh and a feed with us to celebrate yet
another year of all things MAD.  We will be drawing the software prize
for the second half of the year also.  Chances are ranked based upon
attendance and contributions during the past six months.

There will be a tab to cover some basics and then we'll pay
individually as we go.

Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
Time: 6:00 PM
Location:
Top floor
The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
193 Burke St (One block up from CogState)
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

If you can't find us, ask at the bar, we'll make sure they know where
we are.

Thanks to Phil and Mr Buzzy for the detailed research that made this
event possible :)

Please let us know if you're coming so we have some idea of the
numbers.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Xmas Get-together: Thursday Dec 16th 2011.

2011-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Bugger!  I meant the 15th, thanks Mark, are you coming along?

Peter

On Dec 13, 10:30 pm, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:
 Did you mean the 15th?

 The 16th is the Friday isn't it?

 Mark

 On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 8:06 PM, Peter Robertson 









 peter.r.robert...@gmail.com wrote:
  Come and share a drink, a laugh and a feed with us to celebrate yet
  another year of all things MAD.  We will be drawing the software prize
  for the second half of the year also.  Chances are ranked based upon
  attendance and contributions during the past six months.

  There will be a tab to cover some basics and then we'll pay
  individually as we go.

  Date: Thursday 16 Dec 2011
  Time: 6:00 PM
  Location:
  Top floor
  The Carlton,www.thecarlton.com.au
  193 Burke St (One block up from CogState)
  Melbourne, VIC, 3000

  If you can't find us, ask at the bar, we'll make sure they know where
  we are.

  Thanks to Phil and Mr Buzzy for the detailed research that made this
  event possible :)

  Please let us know if you're coming so we have some idea of the
  numbers.

  Peter Robertson

  Co-Manager
  Melbourne Adobe Developers

  Steve Onnis

  Manager
  Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Xmas Get-together: CORRECTION Thursday Dec 15th 2011.

2011-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Sorry everyone, that will of course be the 15th, as you probably
figured out, thanks Mark.

Peter

Date: Thursday 15 Dec 2011
Time: 6:00 PM
Location:
Top floor
The Carlton, www.thecarlton.com.au
193 Burke St (One block up from CogState)
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

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[cfaussie] Re: ColdFusion Builder Opinions

2011-11-23 Thread Peter Robertson
So, you go into Search / Find in Files (top menu), create and select a
Working Set to point to a path, provide a string, hit search, and then
under the search tab in the lower right panel, you get a tree
structure with a drillable list of hits.  You double click on a hit
and it opens the file, locates the corresponding location in the file
and highlights the hit.  I don't find it that different to Homsite
from what I can remember.  Also, up and down arrows in the top of the
search panel position the cursor on prev/next hit within the file and
then across files.

I think it's all right.

Peter Robertson

On Nov 24, 3:42 pm, Steve Onnis st...@cfcentral.com.au wrote:
 Does anyone else thing that CFBuilder is a bucket of bolts?

 For me:-

 -          The search is just useless really.  If you search for something
 in a project, it would be much more useful if you could drill down into the
 line in the file where the search instance appears instead of having to hunt
 through the file

 -          Searching in the file you are working on/have open is flakey.  I
 always get a No file open message and im like WTF?  I have to select a
 different source and then choose the Current document option again for it to
 work.

 -          There is no direction option for the search which means if you
 want to search the whole document you have to scroll to the top of the
 document for it to search the whole thing

 -          You have to open a new search box for every file you have open.

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[cfaussie] Reminder - MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday November 24th 2011.

2011-11-22 Thread Peter Robertson
CFObjective: Highlights and Takeaways

Come and join us to re-cap on CFObjective.

It was a great event and those attending that I've had a chance to
speak with all agreed they got a lot of value.  If you did attend,
come and share about the highlights for you.  If you weren't able to
make it, come and collect some gems from those who did.

The format will be a relaxed, round-table discussion.

Date: Thursday 24 November 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday November 24th 2011

2011-11-09 Thread Peter Robertson
CFObjective: Highlights and Takeaways

We had been going to try to piggy-back MAD on CFObjective this year
but it proved a bit difficult, so instead we're moving to the Thursday
following (the 24th) and will be doing a re-cap of CFObjective
highlights and take-aways from those of us attending.

If you've looked at the program (http://cfobjective.com.au/program)
you'll see that it's both rich and varied, so I expect we'll have lots
to share with you.

Gavin Baumanis, Phil Haeusler and (of course) Mark Mandel are
attending and speaking and I am also attending so we'll be going
around the table and talking about what we each found most interesting
and useful.  Anybody else who is attending is welcome to come along
and contribute.

Date: Thursday 24 November 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] REMINDER: Please RSVP. MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Thursday 20 October 2011.

2011-10-18 Thread Peter Robertson
Our next MAD covers The Cloud  Jira.

Please RSVP to this list so that we can cater.
Details are available at 
http://mad.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.displaypostid=38973

Peter Robertson


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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers Thursday 20 October 2011. The Cloud Jira.

2011-10-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Cloud Computing by Rhys Evans

- What is Cloud Computing?
- Different types of Cloud Computing - Infrastructure as a Service,
  Software as a Service and Platform as a Service
- The Key features of the cloud
- Issues around the cloud
- When to consider cloud
- Concerns TD hears among customers about moving to the cloud -
  and how to overcome these.

Rhys Evans has 10 years of IT experience and heads up Thomas Duryea's
Enterprise Information Systems business unit. The business unit
focuses on applications, operating systems, management and mobility
solutions - and he partners closely with vendors such as Microsoft and
Citrix. With the focus from the IT industry in pushing applications to
the cloud - it is an area he is well versed in and speaks to many
clients daily about their concerns with transitioning applications to
the cloud, as well as assisting clients with effective cloud
integration. On the side Rhys is also a keen application developer and
hand-on-heart Apple addict.

About TD : Thomas Duryea Consulting design, plan, implement and manage
IT infrastructure solutions. We deliver projects by utilising best
practice and proven methodologies across a range of industry sectors,
working closely with our clients as their strategic infrastructure
partner.

An Introduction to Jira by Dale Fraser

Jira is a leading edge issue tracking system and more.
- What is JIRA
- Using JIRA to manage development workflow
- Using JIRA with your source control
- Using JIRA to handle Release Notes
- And More

Dale Fraser is the Chief Technical Officer at CogState
I have worked in the software industry for 22 years, started as a
developer and for the past 12 years as a CTO for various companies.

Date: Thursday 20 October 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 22 September 2011.

2011-09-20 Thread Peter Robertson
Unit Testing with MX Unit and Continuous Integration with ANT and
Jenkins CI: Gavin Baumanis

Kent Beck said;
“Test driven development is a way of managing fear during
programming.”

He goes on to say that;
• “Fear makes you tentative,
• Fear makes you want to communicate less,
• Fear makes you shy away from feedback.“

Test Driven Development (TDD) allows us take steps towards controlling
of all of these things.

Gavin will show the pros and cons of Unit testing - and why he thinks
you simply must write tests for your code.

MX Unit is a ColdFusion port of the popular java testing framework,
jUnit.
Gavin will show you how to;
* write
* run your unit tests

He'll also go into how to integrate your testing suite with ANT and
the Jenkins CI platform to automate the testing of your code.
So you'll be able to;
* run your tests on command
* run your tests every time you commit new code to your version
control system

and lastly,
* deploy your tested code to a server.

Gavin Baumanis :

Melbourne Native who has been using ColdFusion since 4.00 when he
inherited an application at RMIT University that was used to display
spatial / usage / department information for the universities 15,000
floors.
Currently, he is the Senior Application Developer at PalCare, a
company that provides web-based patient management software for the
palliative care industry.
He is also the Patch Manager for Apache Subversion project and spends
his spare time looking for long-winding roads on his motorcycle.

Date: Thursday 22 September  2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 22 Sep 2011

2011-09-12 Thread Peter Robertson
This month's MAD has been moved to next week to give us a bit more
time to organise the agenda.

Details will be posted as soon as we have them finalised.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
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Manager
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[cfaussie] Reminder: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 18 August 2011. COLDSPRING

2011-08-17 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi to all Melbourne Adobe Developers.

Please remember to RSVP for tonight's Melbourne Adobe Developers
event.

For details: http://tinyurl.com/4ygrh2q

Peter Robertson


Co Manager
MAD

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 18 August 2011. COLDSPRING

2011-08-14 Thread Peter Robertson
This month's presentation is from Mark Mandel.

ColdSpring 2.0 Alpha 1 - What's New and Improved?

ColdSpring 2.0, codenamed Narwhal, has been in development for over a
year now, with an array of new and improved features being brewed in
the background.
With the release of Alpha 1 of this framework, these features have
become available to developers to take advantage of.
This presentation will give you an overview and examples of each of
the major new features of ColdSpring 2, including enhanced dependency
injection,  custom namespaces, ORM integration and AOP enhancements
and much more.

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
ORM and ColdDoc and has been has been working with ColdFusion for a
number of years, including at his very own dot com back in the late
90's.

Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years.  He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
#coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting on www.2ddu.com.

When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

Date: Thursday 18 August 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD: Software draw for first half of 2011

2011-08-02 Thread Peter Robertson
Enjoy Chong!

Peter

On Aug 3, 9:13 am, Chong kck...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 I just thought I would mention that I opted for the CS 5.5 Design Premium,
 as I already have Flex Builder Pro 3 (which I am going to upgrade in the
 next few months). It gives me the best spread of software.

 Once again many thanks to Peter who has been liaising with Adobe as well as
 Steve and Dale for managing MAD. And of course Adobe for offering software
 licenses in the draw.

 Chong

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[cfaussie] MAD: Software draw for first half of 2011

2011-07-26 Thread Peter Robertson
And the winner is, Chong!

I didn't get time to prepare the draw for our last meeting, so I did
the next best thing and got my local barman to perform the draw for me
(see the pic at http://tinyurl.com/3fqq8ad ).

The draw is based on attendances; one chance per attendance and an
additional chance for every presentation.  Chong has been fairly
regular this year, so congratulations, he has won the software prize
which can be of value of up to USD$2,100.

Please select your prize Chong and send me the following information:

Product (must be standard, full product, not upgrade, not an online
service).
Platform (Mac / PC).
Full Name for license.
Email address that you want registered with the product.
Adobe will contact you with details on how you can redeem your prize.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager MAD


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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 21 July 2011. Who's coming???

2011-07-25 Thread Peter Robertson
Nope, submitted last Wed through the browser, not mail client, which
is why I asked you to have a go at posting for me.  Weird.

Peter Robertson

On Jul 22, 5:25 pm, Steve Onnis st...@cfcentral.com.au wrote:
 Did someone just start up their email client? :)







 -Original Message-
 From: Peter Robertson [mailto:peter.r.robert...@gmail.com]
 Sent: Wednesday, 20 July 2011 4:22 PM
 To: cfaussie
 Subject: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 21

 July 2011. Who's coming???

 Hi all, if you're coming tomorrow evening, please RSVP so that we can
 cater.

 Details here:http://tinyurl.com/3bwadjh

 Many thanks

 Peter Robertson
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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 21 July 2011. Who's coming???

2011-07-22 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi all, if you're coming tomorrow evening, please RSVP so that we can
cater.

Details here: http://tinyurl.com/3bwadjh

Many thanks


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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers next meeting, 21st July 2011, presentation details

2011-07-17 Thread Peter Robertson
Here are the full details for this Thursday's presentation.
*** Remember, please RSVP if you're attending so that we can arrange
catering. ***

Presentation 1: Ayudh Nagara

Topic: Web Widgets
* What, Why, How?
* The widget business model
* Basic framework and tools
* Getting around the AJAX same origin rule
* Demo

Ayudh Nagara is co-founder and director of Xilo Online, a web and
mobile payment gateway provider. He has been using ColdFusion since
Version 2, and ColdFusion remains the primary application server for
this business, as well as other web application projects he has worked
on over the years.

Prior to that, Ayudh worked for IBM for over 25 years in a number of
technical, sales and management roles.

Ayudh's current area of interest and continued learning is in the fast
growing area of rich UI's and front-end web application development
covering AJAX, JSON, jQuery, DHTML, CSS and Javascript.


Presentation 2: Phil Haeusler

Topic: Multi-Device Mobile Development

See how simple it is to use Flash Builder to build apps for Apple,
Android and Blackberry Playbook devices. Using the Flex Mobile
components and Adobe AIR, we'll cover the work flow of developing a
multi-device app from the setting up of an empty project to deploying
the app on multiple-devices and publishing to the Apple, Android and
Blackberry online stores.

And to prove that it's not all smoke and mirrors, we'll build a social
app that can be deployed to mobile devices at the user group.

Phil is an independent software consultant who codes for food. Often
found using ColdFusion, Flex and the greater Adobe product stack, Phil
advocates best practice approaches to development methodologies,
testing and deployment security. He is a long time RocketBoots partner
and CodeWar quizmaster.

Date: Thursday 21 July 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers next meeting, 21st July 2011

2011-07-14 Thread Peter Robertson
Be sure to set aside next Thursday, 21st July 2011 for two exciting
presentations:

Ayudh Nagara from Xilo is going to present on 'Web Widgets' with
reference to the business of online transactions, focusing on
javascript/Ajax.
Phil Haeusler is presenting on  cross platform mobile development with
Flex/AIR.

Full details will be posted soon.

Don't miss it, register by responding here to this post or RSVPing at
http://mad.groups.adobe.com, especially if you want the pizza to go
around.

Peter Robertson


Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis


Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: Developers Guide To Turnkey Tomcat Apache with Coldfusion Engines

2011-06-27 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks Chong, that looks interesting and I didn't know about it.  Will
try to give it a whirl when I get a moment.

Peter

On Jun 27, 11:56 pm, Chong kck...@gmail.com wrote:
 I saw this 
 onhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/railo/3_ghAq4HQ6c/discussion... and
 haven't seen anyone repost on cfaussie should be useful

 http://henke.ws/post.cfm/developers-guide-to-turnkey-tomcat-apache-wi...

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[cfaussie] REMINDER: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Thursday 23 June 2011

2011-06-22 Thread Peter Robertson
All Adobe devs in Melbourne area, please let us know if you are
attending this evening's monthly MAD meeting.
See the recent post for details.
We look forward to seeing you there.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis


Manager Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: CS4 apps and WIndows 7 64 Bit

2011-06-22 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi Mike

I have run CS4 on Win7 32 and am now running CS5 on Win7 32 and CS5.5
on Win7 64. The limitations for CS5+ with 32bit are Premier and After
Effects, which require 64 bit.  The CS5+ dists include older versions
of these two for people who don't want to or can't go 64 bit.  From
Dale's earlier response I wouldn't suppose you'll have issues on Win 7
with CS4.

Peter Robertson

On Jun 23, 1:59 pm, Mike Kear afpwebwo...@gmail.com wrote:
 G'day Dale,

 I'm finally about to upgrade my notebook, and I'm deciding what
 version of Windows I need to use.   A while back you responded to a
 question of mine on CFAUSSIE  and I was wondering what version of
 Windows7 you're using.

 Did all your other apps work ok on WIndows7?   Things like graphics
 tools,  IDE's etc?     What I'm trying to get a handle on is how many
 'gotcha's there are for WinXPPro users like me with very limited
 funds.     I dont want to move to Win7 if I end up  having to buy new
 versions of everything.  If that's the case I'll get my new PC, clear
 the hard drive and install WinXPPro on it.

 Cheers
 Mike Kear









 On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 1:06 PM, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

  Yes,

  I used this daily, as do others here

  Windows 7 64 bit
  CS4
  ColdFusion 8
  ColdFusion 9 64bit

  Its very nice.

  Regards
  Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

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  Of Mike Kear
  Sent: Monday, 3 August 2009 11:04 AM
  To: cfaussie
  Subject: [cfaussie] CS4 apps and WIndows 7 64 Bit

  Has anyone tried the Adobe CS4 development apps with Windows7 64 bit?
   are there any gotchas there?    I'm thinking of Photoshop,
  Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Flash etc etc.

  Or will we need to get new versions of all these apps to run them
  under Windows7 64bit?

  And how does CF8 perform under that environment?

  --
  Cheers
  Mike Kear
  Windsor, NSW, Australia
  Adobe Certified Advanced ColdFusion Developer
  AFP Webworks
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  ColdFusion, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET hosting from AUD$15/month

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting details for Thursday 23 June 2011

2011-06-20 Thread Peter Robertson
Presentation 1: Steve Onnis

Topic: Using CFPROPERTY and ORM to create forms and manage data

Gone are the days of tediously creating form after form to manage data
in your applications.

This presentation will illustrate how to use ColdFusion Components
(CFC’s), the CFPROPERTY, CFC Meta Information and ColdFusion ORM to
create simple and complex forms with not much code but lots of
flexibility. The process can be used to create “crud” data
manipulation forms or be fully integrated into real world application.

Steve is manager or our Melbourne CFUG and long-time practitioner in
the CF space. He provides web application development services and
hosting through his Inevative and NovaHost companies.

Presentation 2: Mark Mandel

Topic:  Bringing the cf.Objective() Keynote to you!

Outlining and discussing what is going to be new and improved in the
next version of ColdFusion, not only will we touch on what has been
publicly announced as new features, but also talk about possible
applications for each of them.

Come get your ColdFusion on!

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
ORM and ColdDoc and has been working with ColdFusion for a number of
years, including at his very own dot com back in the late 90's. Mark
can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years. He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
#coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting on www.2ddu.com.
When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

Date: Thursday 23 June 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager

Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis
ManagerMelbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Re: MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting details for Thursday 23 June 2011

2011-06-20 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks Andrew, you could just jump on a plane :).

On Jun 21, 12:34 pm, Andrew Myers am2...@gmail.com wrote:
 Looks like a couple of awesome preso's.  Damn the tyranny of distance!

 Sent from my mobile

 On 21/06/2011, at 12:13 PM, Peter Robertson peter.r.robert...@gmail.com 
 wrote:







  Presentation 1: Steve Onnis

  Topic: Using CFPROPERTY and ORM to create forms and manage data

  Gone are the days of tediously creating form after form to manage data
  in your applications.

  This presentation will illustrate how to use ColdFusion Components
  (CFC’s), the CFPROPERTY, CFC Meta Information and ColdFusion ORM to
  create simple and complex forms with not much code but lots of
  flexibility. The process can be used to create “crud” data
  manipulation forms or be fully integrated into real world application.

  Steve is manager or our Melbourne CFUG and long-time practitioner in
  the CF space. He provides web application development services and
  hosting through his Inevative and NovaHost companies.

  Presentation 2: Mark Mandel

  Topic:  Bringing the cf.Objective() Keynote to you!

  Outlining and discussing what is going to be new and improved in the
  next version of ColdFusion, not only will we touch on what has been
  publicly announced as new features, but also talk about possible
  applications for each of them.

  Come get your ColdFusion on!

  Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
  open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
  ORM and ColdDoc and has been working with ColdFusion for a number of
  years, including at his very own dot com back in the late 90's. Mark
  can often be found blogging atwww.compoundtheory.com, which has
  housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
  software development for several years. He can also be found as a
  regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
  #coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting onwww.2ddu.com.
  When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
  enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
  of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

  Date: Thursday 23 June 2011
  Time: 6:30 PM
  Location:
  CogState
  Level 2
  255 Bourke Street
  Melbourne, VIC, 3000

  A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

  RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
  know how many pizzas to order.

  As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
  hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

  Peter Robertson
  Co-Manager

  Melbourne Adobe Developers

  Steve Onnis
  ManagerMelbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Reserve this Thursday 23 June 2011

2011-06-19 Thread Peter Robertson
Just a reminder that we will be gathering again this Thursday in the
City to enjoy all things Adobe Developer related; well a couple of
them anyway, and of course, there'll be pizza.

Our speakers this month will be Mark Mandel and Steve Onnis.
Details should be posted by sometime tomorrow.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager
MAD

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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers: 23 June 2011

2011-06-14 Thread Peter Robertson
This month's MAD will be held one week later than usual due to one of
our speakers being out of town.

Our speakers will be Steve Onnis and Mark Mandel.
Full details of the event will be posted in the coming days.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager
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[cfaussie] MAD. Who wants pizza?

2011-05-18 Thread Peter Robertson
If you're coming to Melbourne Adobe Developers tonight, please RSVP so
we can cater.

Peter Robertson
Co-manager


Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 19 May 2011

2011-05-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Join us for two very interesting presentations, covering both the code
and media sides of life in the Adobe sphere.

Presentation 1: Andrew Spaulding, Ooyala

Media management, content distribution, and ultimately how to make
money from video! In this session Andrew Spaulding from Ooyala will
introduce Backlot - Ooyala's media technology platform.  Andrew will
discuss the technologies used to build Ooyala's video offering, and
how Adobe's Flash Platform technologies play a major role in content
delivery and user experience

Andrew Spaulding is a Senior Solutions Architect for Ooyala Australia
and New Zealand. He has extensive knowledge of the Adobe Flash
Platform with a focus on Rich Internet Applications and media delivery
to every screen and platform imaginable. Prior to joining Ooyala
Andrew spent the previous 5 years working for Macromedia/Adobe, and is
a certified Adobe Flex Instructor. With a passion for ActionScript and
Flash development he runs a blog over at www.flexdaddy.com and has
presented at various industry conferences including Adobe's MAX
conferences, WebDU, cf.Objective, and other local events.

Presentation 2: Brendan Owen, Automatic code generation

I was frustrated with the automatic code generated from Flash Builder.
During my holidays I decided build my own program to help generate
code from a project template and hierarchy file (xml). I use the
program to generate MXML, AS3, PHP and SQL, but in theory this could
be used to generate any text based files. Some of the issues I tried
to address with my code generation program were:

1) The templates could be directly complied into a standalone working
system.
2) The program could be applied to any text based source code.
3) You had freedom to structure your project’s code to suit your
needs.

I am after some feedback on this program and if it would be a useful
tool to develop further.

I am currently working for Jacaranda as a digital content developer.
My work usually switches between two types of development. Writing
digital learning objects in flash for http://www.jacplus.com.au/ and
building online systems using Flex, PHP and MySQL for internal company
use.

Date: Thursday 19 May 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager

Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis
ManagerMelbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] First Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting. Comments and feedback please.

2011-05-03 Thread Peter Robertson
Last Thursday we held the first combined ColdFusion / Flex meeting
here in Melbourne, attended by 11 people.

Speakers were Phil Haeusler and Mark Mandel. For details see the
announcement at MAD, Adobe Groups http://bit.ly/fIYesX .

There was general approval of the new format and a number of topic
areas for future meetings were proposed after the presentations. We
clarified that any topic of interest to developers working under the
general Adobe banner would be of interest to this group, and a
preliminary list was taken.  If you're in the Melbourne area, and
develop in ColdFusion, Flex or AS3 you may well be interested in
joining us on the third Thursday of each month.  Details are At MAD,
http://mad.groups.adobe.com/.  Our aim is to provide two 20 to 30
minute presentations each evening plus general discussion and pizza.

Here are some of the topics of interest raised for future meetings.
Please indicate your interest and by all means suggest other topics.
(We're also looking for presenters, please get in touch if you'd like
to present some time this year.)

- CSS
- HTML5
- Databases
  - No SQL
  - Tuning
- Mobile
- Cloud Services
- Version Control
- SOLR
- Security
- Testing
- .. and of course ColdFusion, Flex, AS.

If you have any questions or would like to present, please contact us.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers meeting for Thursday 28 April 2011

2011-04-26 Thread Peter Robertson
This will be our first meeting under the new format. In case you
missed the lead-up discussions, we have combined the ColdFusion User
Group and Melbourne Flex User Group to reflect the on-going
convergence of interest among the two communities. Going forward we
will be open to presentations on any of Adobe's technologies relevant
to developers, remaining primarily focussed on ColdFusion, Flex/AS3.

Presentation 1.  Phil Haeusler

Watch how you can integrate server-side geolocation into your forms.
Prefill your Country field to save your customers the hassle of
needing to scroll through the official list of the 248 countries. You
can even go further and prefill State, Suburb and Postcode to further
improve their experience. Server-side geolocation even allows you to
return location-aware results - learn how search results can be
tailored to the end-user's location to provide them with top results
that are more likely appropriate to them. Demonstrations will
integrate GeoIP with ColdFusion and a Flex front end.

Phil is a long-time ColdFusion developer and administrator and has a
deep understanding of how ColdFusion does what it does. He consults to
many varied organisations around ColdFusion, Flex and the larger Adobe
product stack and advocates best practice approaches to development
methodologies, testing and deployment security. He is a long time
RocketBoots partner and CodeWar quizmaster.

Presentation 2.  Mark Mandel

Develop, test, and deploy Adobe® ColdFusion® applications faster than
ever with new features in Adobe ColdFusion Builder™ 2 software that
improve productivity, control, and extensibility. Work more
efficiently with enhanced coding tools, advanced code refactoring,
code formatting, custom keyboard shortcuts, and more. Take advantage
of more robust extensibility with new extensible code insight and
ColdFusion framework support. Some features of CF10 will also be
revealed at the end of this presentation.

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably ColdSpring, JavaLoader, Transfer
ORM and ColdDoc and has been working with ColdFusion for a number of
years, including at his very own dot com back in the late 90's.
Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years. He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists, causing havoc in the
#coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network and podcasting on www.2ddu.com.
When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

Date: Thursday 28 April 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Melbourne Adobe Developers (MAD, formerly Melbourne CFUG

2011-04-19 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi to all Melbourne Adobe Developers.

As previously announced, we have combined CFUG (ColdFusion User Group)
and MFUG (Melbourne Flex User Group) to form MAD.
We have been trying to put together an event for this month, but with
Easter and people's involvement in WebDU, it's been a bit difficult,
so clearly, we won't be meeting on the normal third Thursday (21st) of
this month.
We're still hoping to have an event for next week, (28th) and will
post as soon as I have news one way or the other.

Thank you all for your patience.

Peter Robertson



Co-manager Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis




Manager Melbourne Adobe Developers

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[cfaussie] Melbourne Cold Fusion User Group and Melbourne Flex User Group are merging. No meeting this month. New group = MAD, Melbourne Adobe Developers.

2011-03-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi to all Melbourne Adobe Developers!

Sorry for the late advice, but I'm afraid we won't be having a meeting
this month.

Subsequent to the last CFUG, we've been busy re-shaping the usergroups
for Melbourne developers who use Adobe tooling and technologies.
Given attendances for both CFUG and MFUG meetings, we've decided to
amalgamate the two groups.
The new group will be called MAD, Melbourne Adobe Developers.

The primary focus will be, of course, ColdFusion and Flex, but we're
open to any topic of concern to web developers using the Adobe stack,
including pure ActionScript, Javascript, CSS, etc, as well as more
general topics like OOP, testing, version control and so on.  We'll
also be changing the format, with meetings having two presentations of
between 20 and 30 minutes each.

The format will be:
- 6:30 - 7:00 PM General chat while people arrive.
- 7:00 - 7:30 PM First presentation
- 7:30 - 8:00 PM Pizza  discussion
- 8:30 - 9:00 PM Second presentation
- 9:00 - 9:10 PM Closing comments, general announcements, etc.
- 9:10 - ?? Informal chat for those wishing to stay on.

We'll be encouraging presenters to focus on demonstrations of what can
be done with, and how to approach, the various tools and technologies
available, rather than deep-diving into the detail.  This is of
course a general guideline and there will no doubt be cases where the
detailed drill on a specific topic will be warranted.

The Manager of the new group will be Steve Onnis.  The Co-manager will
be Peter Robertson. Dale Fraser has generously offered to continue to
make CogState's boardroom available and to help out generally.

We will be announcing events and general business on CFAussie and
http://mad.groups.adobe.com.
Please let us know your thoughts on what is proposed here and let us
have any questions.
We'll be running the new group in the CFUG slot of third Thursday of
each month, so our next meeting will be Thursday 21 April.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager MAD

Steve Onnis



Manager MAD

Dale Fraser



Former Manager MFUG

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[cfaussie] Re: CFUG Melbourne 17 Feb 2011

2011-02-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks to Phil and Mr Buzzy for the heads up.

Who else is coming?  Better let us know so we can order the pizza!

Peter Robertson


On Feb 9, 10:47 am, Peter Robertson peter.r.robert...@gmail.com
wrote:
 Now that 2011 is upon us it’s time to start talking CFUG.  ...

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne 17 Feb 2011

2011-02-08 Thread Peter Robertson
Now that 2011 is upon us it’s time to start talking CFUG.  Our first
meet up of the year will be an informal catch-up where you can just
have a general chit chat, catch up with the gang, share ideas and
discuss anything exciting you have come across or are working on.

Come join us, the knights of thee.rectangle table? As per
usual there will be pizza, so pop in and have a slice and geek it up!

If anyone would like to post their interests here ahead of time, that
would also be helpful.

Date: Thursday 17 February 2011
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] No CFUG Melbourne this month

2011-01-17 Thread Peter Robertson
No CFUG is scheduled for this this month (Jan 2011).
We will resume our normal schedule of the third Thursday of each month
from February.


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[cfaussie] Recap: CFUG / MFUG Melbourne December 2010: Combined CF/Flex UG Xmas Dinner

2010-12-18 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks to all who attended last Thursday, from where I sat people
seemed to be enjoying themselves and lots of good tech discussion (and
general gossip) ensued.

As promised, we raffled the six-monthly software prize, taking into
account attendances at the CFUGs for the second half of the year.  You
got your name on a ticket for the draw for each time you attended.
We'll be continuing this practice in the coming year, with the
additional refinement that presenters will get a bonus entry!

The lucky winner from the CFUG for this year was Steve Armstrong.
Congratulations Steve!  You now need to contact me offline straight
away so that I can arrange for Adobe to send you your prize.  (peter
at p-robertson dot com should do it).  This needs to be finalized
before the end of the month.  Go to the Adobe store and select a full-
license product costing up to US$2,100.  It must be a discreet
product, not an online service, nor an upgrade or anything like that.
You will be getting a license and download instructions, (not a
physical box product). Send me the details, along with the email
address that you'd like Adobe to use, and your hardware platform (Mac
or PC).  You might like to let the list know what you choose?

Congratulations also to Mr Buzzy and Phil Haeusler, each proud winners
of Adobe drink containers.  I'll deliver these to you at our next
CFUG.

So, there's a moral here, participate in your local UG and you stand
to be rewarded!  The more you participate, the better your chances.

Also, we'd really, really like your input for what to do in the new
year.  Let us know your comments on format, topics, etc.  We need to
get attendances up, especially if we want to draw presenters from out
of town.

Best wishes to all for the holiday season

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] Reminder RSVP Request: CFUG / MFUG Melbourne December 2010: Combined CF/Flex UG Xmas Dinner

2010-12-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi CF and Flex folk in Melbourne (and any visitors in the area).

Please see the post for this event below and make sure you RSVP either
here or at http://melbcfug.groups.adobe.com/ so that we can ensure you
place at the table.
Do make the effort as we are drawing the software prizes, there will
be swag and importantly, we'll be working out our priorities for next
year.

See you there!

Date: Thursday 16 December 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
Toto's Pizza House
101 Lygon Street
Carlton, VIC, 3053
Booking in my name (Peter Robertson)

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend, we
need to reserve sufficient places.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Dale Fraser
Manager
MFUG Melbourne


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[cfaussie] CFUG / MFUG Melbourne December 2010: Combined CF/Flex UG Xmas Dinner

2010-12-09 Thread Peter Robertson
It's that time of the year and we're extending an invitation to all
CFers and Flexers in our part of the world to join us for pizza and
drinks in Carlton to celebrate the year and plan for 2011.  Come along
and enjoy the evening, and in particular, let us know what you'd like
to see happening next year.

We'll also be drawing for the Adobe software prizes for both groups.
For the second half of this year we collected the names of those who
attended each meeting.  You'll have one chance in the draw for each
attendance.

There will be a subsidy that should cover the meal and, depending upon
how many attend, possibly a round or two of drinks.  We'll let you
know when the tab runs out.

See you there!

Date: Thursday 16 December 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
Toto's Pizza House
101 Lygon Street
Carlton, VIC, 3053
Booking in my name (Peter Robertson)

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend, we
need to reserve sufficient places.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Dale Fraser
Manager
MFUG Melbourne

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[cfaussie] REMINDER: NO CFUG Melbourne November.

2010-11-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Due to activities around CFObjective, we have decided not to hold a
CFUG for Melbourne this month.

An excellent alternative will be the CodeWars event being organised by
Rocket Boots.
European Bier Cafe (upstairs) corner, Exhibition and Lt Collins St
Melbourne
Wednesday 17th November 2010 starting 7pm

Please RSVP to register a team.

http://www.rocketboots.com/site/index.cfm/page/codewar


Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne October 2010: ColdFusion i/o

2010-10-18 Thread Peter Robertson
This month, we're trying something a little different, with three
presenters rather than the usual one.

The topic is ColdFusion i/o, or Getting In and Out of ColdFusion,
ie, communicating with other environments from the ColdFusion Server.

I asked for speakers who could deliver 30 to 45 minutes on a
technology  of their choice:


Robin Hilliard

Stop that Response! Getting Pushy with ColdFusion and Data Services.
When the closing html tag of your HTTP response leaves the data centre
you'd normally have no chance of reaching out from your server code to
change the contents of the resulting page in the browser. But with a
nifty, easy to use custom tag developed by RocketBoots... you can.

Robin is Chief Technology Officer and founder of Rocket Boots.
He is an experienced software architect, with a particular focus on
Adobe's Flash platform.


Steve Onnis

Gateway services and connecting to the jabber IM XMPP gateway and
connecting to an XMPP IM gateway through JAVA including logging in,
sending messages and implementing long polling through AJAX

Steve is manager or our Melbourne CFUG and long-time practitioner in
the CF space.
He provides web application development services and hosting through
his Inevative and NovaHost companies.
_

Phil Haeusler
Passing strongly typed data through remoting and webservices

Phil is a long-time ColdFusion developer and administrator and has a
deep understanding of how ColdFusion does what it does.   He is a long
time RocketBoots partner and CodeWar quiz-master.


Date: Thursday 21 October 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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Re: [cfaussie] Re: CFUG Melbourne November and December

2010-10-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Hear hear! (to drinks and ..not being too hard on him...) !!

On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 11:42 PM, Kai Koenig k...@koeni.de wrote:

 And I'll try not to be too hard on him :-)

 Kai

 Even if you are doing a workshop, good to come down and have a drink and
 chat about everything :)

 Mark

 On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 2:34 PM, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.comwrote:

 Hi  Matthew

 Yes, I myself will be doing Kai's Flex workshop and expect to be brain
 dead, but it would still be great to get a well-known name to talk to us if
 Code Wars doesn't go ahead and not everyone will be doing the workshops.

 Just as long as nobody expects too much from me on the night :)

 Cheers


 Peter


 On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 1:47 PM, Matthew matthewbchamb...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi Peter

 Bear in mind that people will be going to Day 0 pre-conference
 workshops (CF911 for me). I'm not sure how many would be up for a day
 of learning and then a CFUG evening. However it does seem a waste not
 to run a CFUG night with an out of town presenter. Just food for
 thought.

 Cheers
 Matthew

 On Oct 13, 12:44 pm, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com wrote:
  November:
 
  As you will all be aware, next month is CFObjective.
  (cfobjective.com.au)
 
  Hopefully most of the Melbourne CFUG folk will be attending, and in
  any case the normal CFUG evening would fall on Day 1 of the event, so
  we will be moving the CFUG to Wed 17 November, to coincide with
  CFObjective Day 0.  Phil Haeusler and Rocket Boots are setting up a
  CodeWars event for the Wednesday.  If this goes ahead, as seems
  likely, then we're suggesting that we roll CFUG into that event.
 
  For those unfamiliar with Code Wars, go to the Rocket Boots blog and
  drill on the Code War link at the top.
 http://www.rocketboots.com.au/blog/index.cfm
 
  If, for any reason Code Wars or a similar Day 0 event isn't held, then
  we'll hold the CFUG as normal, but on the Wed evening, and will try to
  get one or two of the out-of-town folk to do a presentation.
 
  December:
 
  As people are busy and starting to leave town by about mid December,
  we'll be organising a dinner for those of us left.  Given the
  distractions around CFObjective in November, we'll also be drawing the
  software prize at the dinner in December.  Your name will be entered
  in the draw once for each attendance at the CFUG from July, so the
  more times you attended, the better your chances.  We won't be
  counting attendance at CodeWars, (too hard), nor attendance at the
  dinner.  If you are not at the dinner and your name is drawn, you will
  still be eligible, and we will contact you with the details of your
  prize.
 
  By all means send us any feedback on this year's CFUG Melbourne.  Let
  us know what you liked, what you didn't and what you'd like to see
  next year.
 
  Many thanks
 
  Peter Robertson
  Co-Manager
  Melbourne CFUG
 
  Steve Onnis
  Manager
  Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne 21 October 2010: A call for presenters.

2010-10-12 Thread Peter Robertson
CFUG Melbourne is next week, Thursday 21 October, full details will be
posted soon.

For something different, I'm trying to put together an evening with
two or three presenters on the same theme, rather than the normal
single-presenter session.
The theme is CF Server talking to the World, by which I mean ways that
CF Server can be utilised to communicate with, consume and feed non-CF
servers/services/gateways etc.
So far I have one starter on the topic of  passing strongly typed data
through Remoting, and a 'maybe' for  jabber IM gateway, to be
confirmed (or not) tomorrow.

If you're in or around Melbourne Thursday of next week, do you have a
favourite/interesting/useful CF i/o technology you'd like to talk
about and demo?

Please all put the date in your diaries and let me know asap if you're
up for a 30 to 45 minute presentation.
I'll post full details as soon as they're available.

Many thanks



Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne November and December

2010-10-12 Thread Peter Robertson
November:

As you will all be aware, next month is CFObjective.
(cfobjective.com.au)

Hopefully most of the Melbourne CFUG folk will be attending, and in
any case the normal CFUG evening would fall on Day 1 of the event, so
we will be moving the CFUG to Wed 17 November, to coincide with
CFObjective Day 0.  Phil Haeusler and Rocket Boots are setting up a
CodeWars event for the Wednesday.  If this goes ahead, as seems
likely, then we're suggesting that we roll CFUG into that event.

For those unfamiliar with Code Wars, go to the Rocket Boots blog and
drill on the Code War link at the top.
http://www.rocketboots.com.au/blog/index.cfm

If, for any reason Code Wars or a similar Day 0 event isn't held, then
we'll hold the CFUG as normal, but on the Wed evening, and will try to
get one or two of the out-of-town folk to do a presentation.

December:

As people are busy and starting to leave town by about mid December,
we'll be organising a dinner for those of us left.  Given the
distractions around CFObjective in November, we'll also be drawing the
software prize at the dinner in December.  Your name will be entered
in the draw once for each attendance at the CFUG from July, so the
more times you attended, the better your chances.  We won't be
counting attendance at CodeWars, (too hard), nor attendance at the
dinner.  If you are not at the dinner and your name is drawn, you will
still be eligible, and we will contact you with the details of your
prize.

By all means send us any feedback on this year's CFUG Melbourne.  Let
us know what you liked, what you didn't and what you'd like to see
next year.

Many thanks

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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Re: [cfaussie] Re: CFUG Melbourne November and December

2010-10-12 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi  Matthew

Yes, I myself will be doing Kai's Flex workshop and expect to be brain dead,
but it would still be great to get a well-known name to talk to us if Code
Wars doesn't go ahead and not everyone will be doing the workshops.

Just as long as nobody expects too much from me on the night :)

Cheers


Peter

On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 1:47 PM, Matthew matthewbchamb...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Peter

 Bear in mind that people will be going to Day 0 pre-conference
 workshops (CF911 for me). I'm not sure how many would be up for a day
 of learning and then a CFUG evening. However it does seem a waste not
 to run a CFUG night with an out of town presenter. Just food for
 thought.

 Cheers
 Matthew

 On Oct 13, 12:44 pm, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com wrote:
  November:
 
  As you will all be aware, next month is CFObjective.
  (cfobjective.com.au)
 
  Hopefully most of the Melbourne CFUG folk will be attending, and in
  any case the normal CFUG evening would fall on Day 1 of the event, so
  we will be moving the CFUG to Wed 17 November, to coincide with
  CFObjective Day 0.  Phil Haeusler and Rocket Boots are setting up a
  CodeWars event for the Wednesday.  If this goes ahead, as seems
  likely, then we're suggesting that we roll CFUG into that event.
 
  For those unfamiliar with Code Wars, go to the Rocket Boots blog and
  drill on the Code War link at the top.
 http://www.rocketboots.com.au/blog/index.cfm
 
  If, for any reason Code Wars or a similar Day 0 event isn't held, then
  we'll hold the CFUG as normal, but on the Wed evening, and will try to
  get one or two of the out-of-town folk to do a presentation.
 
  December:
 
  As people are busy and starting to leave town by about mid December,
  we'll be organising a dinner for those of us left.  Given the
  distractions around CFObjective in November, we'll also be drawing the
  software prize at the dinner in December.  Your name will be entered
  in the draw once for each attendance at the CFUG from July, so the
  more times you attended, the better your chances.  We won't be
  counting attendance at CodeWars, (too hard), nor attendance at the
  dinner.  If you are not at the dinner and your name is drawn, you will
  still be eligible, and we will contact you with the details of your
  prize.
 
  By all means send us any feedback on this year's CFUG Melbourne.  Let
  us know what you liked, what you didn't and what you'd like to see
  next year.
 
  Many thanks
 
  Peter Robertson
  Co-Manager
  Melbourne CFUG
 
  Steve Onnis
  Manager
  Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne for September: Don't Miss It! Tomorrow Night (16 Sept)

2010-09-14 Thread Peter Robertson
If you are attending, (and we hope that you will be), please RSVP so
that Steve can organise catering.
This is a not-to-be-missed event, especially for those responsible for
web application security!

Details:

A look at securing your ColdFusion servers using the ColdFusion
Server
Lock Down Guide and other practical tips to ensure your servers are
best protected against unknown future vulnerabilities and attacks.
* A look at the technical reasons behind the ColdFusion Server Lock
Down Guide
* Running ColdFusion with minimal privileges
* Stopping the world from accessing the CF Administrator
* ColdFusion Administrator secure settings
* Making use of Security Sandboxes
* Disabling unused services
* Security Issues in your code
* The recent CF8/9 Security Hot Fix, how to hack an unpatched CF
server and why you should have already patched your server

Phil is a long-time ColdFusion developer and administrator and has a
deep understanding of how ColdFusion does what it does.  He consults
to many varied organisations around ColdFusion, Flex and the larger
Adobe product stack and advocates best practice approaches to
development methodologies, testing and deployment security.  He is a
long time RocketBoots partner and CodeWar quizmaster.

Date: Thursday 16 September 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.
As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] Re: CF Contractor Rates

2010-09-14 Thread Peter Robertson
In my experience, you're hard-pressed to go beyond the $65 to $85 per
hour if what you're doing is described as 'CF Development'.  While you
may in fact wind up assisting in analysis, design, strategy and all
the rest of it, when it comes to getting paid, if you're in this
space, you're considered a 'coder'.  The only place I make really good
bucks is in the consulting area, often right away from the technology
in such things as business process analysis and design, requirements
docs, etc.  Overall, I think the agencies have made us into a
commodity, by offering some kind of standardised packaging to the
market and then competing with each other on price to get the
business.

Well, I guess you're looking from the other side Dale, so this won't
be all bad news to you?

Peter

On Sep 15, 10:55 am, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:
 What are typical contractor rates for a CF developer?

 Ranges are fine, for an experienced person.

 Regards

 Dale Fraser

  http://dale.fraser.id.auhttp://dale.fraser.id.au

  http://cfmldocs.com/http://cfmldocs.com

  http://learncf.comhttp://learncf.com

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne September 2010: Securing your ColdFusion Servers by Phil Haeusler

2010-09-09 Thread Peter Robertson
A look at securing your ColdFusion servers using the ColdFusion Server
Lock Down Guide and other practical tips to ensure your servers are
best protected against unknown future vulnerabilities and attacks.

* A look at the technical reasons behind the ColdFusion Server Lock
Down Guide
* Running ColdFusion with minimal privileges
* Stopping the world from accessing the CF Administrator
* ColdFusion Administrator secure settings
* Making use of Security Sandboxes
* Disabling unused services
* Security Issues in your code
* The recent CF8/9 Security Hot Fix, how to hack an unpatched CF
server and why you should have already patched your server

Phil is a long-time ColdFusion developer and administrator and has a
deep understanding of how ColdFusion does what it does.  He consults
to many varied organisations around ColdFusion, Flex and the larger
Adobe product stack and advocates best practice approaches to
development methodologies, testing and deployment security.  He is a
long time RocketBoots partner and CodeWar quizmaster.

Date: Thursday 16 September 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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Re: [cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne August 2010: New features in Adobe ColdFusion Server 9 by Steve Onnis

2010-08-17 Thread Peter Robertson
Will be good to see you.

Cheers



Peter

On 17 August 2010 21:43, MrBuzzy mrbu...@gmail.com wrote:
 I'll be there and thanks for doing your thang!

 Sent from my iPhone

 On 17/08/2010, at 12:21 PM, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com wrote:

 This presentation will cover some of the new functionality introduced
 in the new version of the Adobe ColdFusion Server 9

 - ColdFusion 9 Goodies include:
 - CFSCRIPT enhancements
 - ColdFusion Component enhancements
 - UI Components
 - New Tags
 - Lucene Solr (Verity Replacement)

 Also we will be handing out bags of goodies with t-shirts, stubby
 holders, stickers, note pads and other stuff and of course pizzas.

 I think all of the Melbourne regulars will know Steve as our UG
 manager and provider of fine pizzas.  Anyone who frequents CFAussie
 will also be aware of his regular contributions to the list.  As a
 developer and CF hosting provider, Steve has spent years exploring
 ColdFusion Server and CFML, so don't miss this opportunity for a deep
 dive into all that is new and good in CF9.

 Date: Thursday 19 August 2010
 Time: 6:30 PM
 Location:
    CogState
    Level 2
    255 Bourke Street
    Melbourne, VIC, 3000
    A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

 RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
 know how many pizzas to order.

 As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
 hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

 Peter Robertson
 Co-Manager
 Melbourne CFUG

 Steve Onnis
 Manager
 Melbourne CFUG

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne August 2010: New features in Adobe ColdFusion Server 9 by Steve Onnis

2010-08-16 Thread Peter Robertson
This presentation will cover some of the new functionality introduced
in the new version of the Adobe ColdFusion Server 9

- ColdFusion 9 Goodies include:
- CFSCRIPT enhancements
- ColdFusion Component enhancements
- UI Components
- New Tags
- Lucene Solr (Verity Replacement)

Also we will be handing out bags of goodies with t-shirts, stubby
holders, stickers, note pads and other stuff and of course pizzas.

I think all of the Melbourne regulars will know Steve as our UG
manager and provider of fine pizzas.  Anyone who frequents CFAussie
will also be aware of his regular contributions to the list.  As a
developer and CF hosting provider, Steve has spent years exploring
ColdFusion Server and CFML, so don't miss this opportunity for a deep
dive into all that is new and good in CF9.

Date: Thursday 19 August 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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Re: [cfaussie] Next Mleb CFUG

2010-07-20 Thread Peter Robertson
Go Steve!  If you can get through all that in one night, you'll be doing
very well.  Looking forward to it.

Peter Robertson

On 20 July 2010 17:19, Steve Onnis st...@cfcentral.com.au wrote:

  At the next Melb CFUG I will be presenting on some of the new features in
 ColdFusion 9. So far I am looking to cover the following areas:-


- Enhancements to the CFSCRIPT language
- Enhancements to the CFC framework
- Demoing some of the new UI components
   - Multi File Upload
   - CFMAP
   - Message Box
   - Progress Bar
   - Slider
- Lucene Solr (CFSEARCH)
- CFSPREADSHEET

 If anyone else can suggest any topics or areas that they would like to see
 please feel free to make a suggestion.  With that in mind though we will
 exclude the ORM topic as that in itself is enough to fill a night on its own
 so we will keep that for another time.

 Regards
 Steve Onnis

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[cfaussie] groups.adobe authentication issues?

2010-07-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Is anyone else having trouble getting authenticated at Adobe Groups?

I've had a lot of trouble staying in long enough to get any editing
done on behalf of Melb CFUG.  It either simply doesn't log me in, or,
sometimes appears to log me in, but then drops me in a very short
time.

Peter Robertson

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Re: [cfaussie] groups.adobe authentication issues?

2010-07-16 Thread Peter Robertson
Yeah Dale, cookies enabled, had tested with Google Chrome and Firefox, then
went and tried IE and it worked.  However, went back to Chrome and now it
works in Chrome as well, so coincidence that it decided to work just then
with IE.
.

Now, some time later, still holding session in Chrome, no problem.

I have emailed to Ray, he said he'd heard of occasional problems of this
nature and suspected people getting bounced around in the cluster losing
session or something.  So, if anyone has had problems, even occasionally,
probably worth letting Ray know.  It's a bugger when you've put something
up, see a problem, and can't get back in to correct.

Peter

On 17 July 2010 11:50, Dale Fraser d...@fraser.id.au wrote:

 Nope,

 Works fine for me.

 Make sure you have cookies enabled.

 Regards
 Dale Fraser

 http://dale.fraser.id.au
 http://cfmldocs.com
 http://learncf.com
 http://flexcf.com

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 Behalf
 Of Peter Robertson
 Sent: Saturday, 17 July 2010 11:42 AM
 To: cfaussie
 Subject: [cfaussie] groups.adobe authentication issues?

 Is anyone else having trouble getting authenticated at Adobe Groups?

 I've had a lot of trouble staying in long enough to get any editing done on
 behalf of Melb CFUG.  It either simply doesn't log me in, or, sometimes
 appears to log me in, but then drops me in a very short time.

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Re: [cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne July 2010: Who's Coming?? (OOP for ColdFusion Developers by Mark Mandel)

2010-07-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Thank you Robin, sorry you're not in Melbourne to join us.

Peter

On 15 July 2010 16:22, Robin Hilliard ro...@rocketboots.com.au wrote:

 Going from the number of RSVPs Melbourne seems to be vying for the
 ColdFusion capital of Australia title - lucky the Tane Coders won Code War
 this year, otherwise I think Queensland would have to declare.

 Anyway, I hope you all have a really CRUDdy time tonight ;-).

 ROBIN HILLIARD
 Chief Technology Officer
 ro...@rocketboots.com.au

 RocketBoots Pty Ltd
 Level 11
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 Sydney NSW 2001
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 Phone +61 2 9323 2507
 Facsimile +61 2 9323 2501
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  Hi Melbourne CFers (and visitors)!
 
  Who can make it Thursday night?

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne July: Re-cap

2010-07-15 Thread Peter Robertson
Thanks to all who attended our meeting last night and especially to
Mark Mandel for his excellent presentation on OOP.  Thanks also to
Steve Onnis for organising food  drinks and to Dale  CogState for
the excellent venue.  

Turnout was good, 14. The format was a little different with Mark
using a whiteboard instead of projector, and as was hoped, there was a
lot of participation.  

I've summarised in more detail at
http://melbcfug.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.displaypostid=28883
and have started the attendance role there, so please check in to make
sure I got your name. (Be sure to let me know if I missed you, or
you'll reduce your chances of winning the software prize in November).

Also, anyone interested in pursuing the book discount offer, please
contact me off-list.

Peter Robertson


Co-manager Melbourne CFU

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[cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne July 2010: Who's Coming?? (OOP for ColdFusion Developers by Mark Mandel)

2010-07-13 Thread Peter Robertson
Hi Melbourne CFers (and visitors)!

Who can make it Thursday night?

PLEASE RSVP so that we can cater.

The previously-posted details repeated below

Mark's presentation will focus on taking Object Oriented Programming
from theory to practice, providing a clear path to the implementation
details for ColdFusion Developers.

Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
open source projects, most notably Transfer ORM, ColdSpring,
JavaLoader and ColdDoc and has been has been working with ColdFusion
for a number of years, including at his very own dot com back in the
late 90's.

Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
software development for several years.  He can also be found as a
regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists as well as generally
causing havoc in the #coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network.

When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

Date: Thursday 15 July 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
know how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson
Co-Manager
Melbourne CFUG

Steve Onnis
Manager
Melbourne CFUG

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Re: [cfaussie] CFUG Melbourne July 2010: Who's Coming?? (OOP for ColdFusion Developers by Mark Mandel)

2010-07-13 Thread Peter Robertson
You'd better!

On 13 July 2010 21:19, Mark Mandel mark.man...@gmail.com wrote:
 If you're lucky, I may be there ;o)

 Mark

 On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 9:13 PM, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com
 wrote:

 Hi Melbourne CFers (and visitors)!

 Who can make it Thursday night?

 PLEASE RSVP so that we can cater.

 The previously-posted details repeated below

 Mark's presentation will focus on taking Object Oriented Programming
 from theory to practice, providing a clear path to the implementation
 details for ColdFusion Developers.

 Mark Mandel is a full time consultant and lead developer on several
 open source projects, most notably Transfer ORM, ColdSpring,
 JavaLoader and ColdDoc and has been has been working with ColdFusion
 for a number of years, including at his very own dot com back in the
 late 90's.

 Mark can often be found blogging at www.compoundtheory.com, which has
 housed his thoughts on ColdFusion, Java and various aspects of
 software development for several years.  He can also be found as a
 regular poster on ColdFusion mailing lists as well as generally
 causing havoc in the #coldfusion channel on Dalnet irc network.

 When he's not too busy writing open source software and consulting he
 enjoys spending his extra time training martial arts in a wide variety
 of disciplines and reading way too much fantasy literature.

 Date: Thursday 15 July 2010
 Time: 6:30 PM
 Location:
    CogState
    Level 2
    255 Bourke Street
    Melbourne, VIC, 3000
    A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.

 RSVP:  Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we
 know how many pizzas to order.

 As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their
 hospitality.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

 Peter Robertson
 Co-Manager
 Melbourne CFUG

 Steve Onnis
 Manager
 Melbourne CFUG

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