Entries Tagged as 'Adobe'
November 2nd, 2012 ·
In this episode we are joined by the venerable Mark Drew where we talk about his favourite features in Railo 4, what his favourite IDE is and the interesting relationship between Adobe ColdFusion and Railo's CFML engine.
It's an interesting conversation all around, and live talks often are, including plenty of audience participation.
Kai also admits to his strange relationship with cats.
Update from Kai: Towards the end of the episode there's a bit of an uproar in regards to Cats that look like Pinups. Please note that the content might or might not offend you. You've been warned
Tags: ColdFusion · ColdFusion Builder · Adobe · IntelliJ · Railo · CFML
October 10th, 2012 ·
Today Kai and I were very happy to have Marcin Szczepanski and Phil Haeusler join us for a panel discussion on the topics that they will be presenting on at the upcoming cf.Objective(ANZ) conference.
Marcin gave us a quick run through of the advanced feature of FW/1 that he will be showing off, and Phil provided us with a synopsis of his talk on Strategies for effective mobile data communication.
The conversation continues into some interesting discussion of mobile native vs. web apps and the various pros and cons.
Tags: ColdFusion · OSS · Mobile · Adobe
September 10th, 2012 ·
Today we were joined by Kris Korsmo who is presenting at cf.Objective(ANZ) this year on Efficient Coding Using CFBuilder.
We talk with him about IDEs, including ColdFusion Builder as well as other options (and we find out that Kai hates VIM).
As well as that, we cover Azure, building Windows 8 apps, as well as Mark's new 2560x1440 Catleap Q270 Monitor.
Tags: ColdFusion · ColdFusion Builder · Cloud · Adobe · CFML
August 22nd, 2012 ·
As per usual, we are conducting speaker interview for the wonderful cf.Objective(ANZ) conference!
On the panel today we have Andrew Mercer who is presenting Work, ReST and Play, about REST based webservices, Justin McLean who is presenting Android Application Development with Java and Richard Turner-Jones who is presenting on Mobile Application development using PhoneGap.
We talk to each of them about their history as programmers, and get some of the details on each of their presentations as well.
It's a lively discussion, so tune in!
Tags: Mobile · Adobe · Railo · CFML
April 24th, 2012 ·
We got the wonderful opportunity to talk to the illustrious Sean Corfield this week, which was a great delight and pleasure.
Continuing with our exploration of "What would happen if ColdFusion died tomorrow", we explore further into the Clojure programming language, as well functional programming, and Lisps as a whole.
We discuss with Sean the reasons behind why you would want to use a Functional programming language, over Object Oriented, the reasons why they have had increasing popularity over the last few years, as well as how you can integrate Clojure into your CFML applications.
We also go a little deeper into how you would structure a Functional programming application and the tools that you would use to develop with Clojure. Make sure to check the bottom of this post, we have ALOT of resources to link to.
If you have any questions regarding what we talked about on the podcast, please feel free to add a comment, and we'll make sure that Sean notices.
Also, if you are looking for a job, and want to work with Mr. Corfield himself, the company he works for World Singles is hiring! Two positions are available:
- Back end, data-centric
- Front end, design + CFML
We have so many, that it needed it's own section!
If you have any more you would like to add, please feel free to add a comment!
Tags: ColdFusion · Adobe · CFML · Clojure
April 20th, 2012 ·
So in this episode, we propose the following hypothetical scenario:
Adobe decides that it’s EOL’ing ColdFusion, without open sourcing it. Micha, Denny, Gert and Mark Drew all crash into the ocean in a tragic plane accident (they should really fly separately) and we discover that the OpenBD corporation is over an Indian burial ground, and everyone disappears in what looks like a horrific massacre, but no bodies can be found.
So essentially, CF is about as dead as it could possibly get. What do you do? Can you keep your applications with the platform you are on? Do you have to move? Can ColdFusion be resurrected and/or continued? Do you have to move to another language - and if so, which one?
It's a fairly interesting discussion topic, as it really forces you to look outside of "CFML-land", and make a proper examination of the offerings that currently exist, which is something that not a lot of us do (present company included).
As per always, we welcome any comments and or discussions - so please feel free to add comments to this blog post.
Also - if you have experience with any of the languages we have talked about on the show (or some we haven't), and think it would be an interesting addition to the podcast, please get in touch, we would love to have you on.
Links to some items we referenced in the show:
Also, don't forget - we'll be at cf.Objective(ANZ) which is the 1st and 2nd of November this year!
Tags: ColdFusion · Conferences · Adobe · Railo · OpenBD · CFML
April 4th, 2012 ·
While we start off talking about Kai's new Android phone, in this episode, we mainly talk through various topics relating to Adobe technologies, and the Adobe business.
Moving from what is going on with Apache Flex, to the state of Flash on Linux as well as discussing the pending Java 6 EOL and how that may impact the also pending ColdFusion 10 release the conversation quickly start turning to the overall direction of Adobe, and what factors really drive a public company.
At the end of the podcast we also have a teaser for what we'll be talking about in the coming weeks - But you'll have to listen to the show to find out what it is!
Tags: ColdFusion · ColdFusion Next · Linux · Mobile · Cloud · Flex · Adobe
February 29th, 2012 ·
The 2DDU podcast has returned in 2012, with an in depth discussion of all thew new bits and pieces that can be found in the public beta release of ColdFusion 10!
We go through all the new functionality we can find documented about ColdFusion 10, and discuss which pieces we like, don't like, love and hate, and what sort of use cases we can think of for each of them.
If you haven't had a chance to play with the public beta yet, this should be an interesting listen, and even if you have - Listen anyway!
As always, comments and questions are welcome!
Tags: ColdFusion · ColdFusion Next · ColdFusion Builder · Adobe
December 23rd, 2011 ·
In a rapid series of pre-holiday recordings we're proud to present episode 18 of "2 Devs from Down Under".
This episode is pretty much all about Flex. Mark and I are joined by Dirk Eisman, a friend of mine who's a Flex developer from Germany. Dirk and I have a quite long history from being very early adopters of Flex in Central Europe around 2003 and 2004 (we actually think the respective companies we worked for - and Dirk still is with - were kind of responsible for every single one of the few sales of Flex 1 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Dirk was recently invited to Adobe's Flex community summit. After having discussed the history of Flex, the pros and cons of various past and present licensing models, we naturally move on to what happened at Adobe in November 2011, what the future of Flex might be within the Apache Incubator and our personal thoughts about trusting Adobe and how each of us would deal with and be involved with Flex in the future. Be aware that at some point pink fluffy bunnies are mentioned.
Dirk on Twitter
Note (1): Unfortunately we forgot to talk about New Model Army (we ran out of time anyway, though). Best band ever! Fact!
Note (2): This was the first ever episode of our podcast that we actually edited post-recording. The reason was not swearing, blurbing out secrets or anything alike. It was just as simple as Dirk having a microphone/Skype issue that we fixed and it took around 2-3 minutes. Being nice and in holiday mood we thought we'd just edit it out. That being said - the policy of us being an unedited/semi-live podcast is still in effect!
November 18th, 2011 ·
In this episode, we come to you with a live recording from the cf.Objective(ANZ) + Flex conference, joined by the always information Adobe Evangelist Terry Ryan.
Not only was this the first time that Kai and Mark were in the same country to record a podcast (not to mention the same room), it was their first time in front of a live audience (we swear it's not a laugh track).
We talk with Terry about the recent news regarding Flex being donated to the Apache foundation, and what that means for Flex and Flash as a whole. We also pick his brains on the next version of ColdFusion codenamed Zeus, and see if we can get him to reveal anything extra about the release.
As expected, there is a lot of back and forth with the audience, and plenty of entertaining comments, including Mark stating that "nobody reads twitter", and Terry mentioning that "Linux users don't appreciate aesthetics" - all in good fun, of course
Unfortunately the sound quality is not the best, as we are not that experienced with live recording, however, we hope you enjoy the content and the crazy antics.
Tags: Uncategorized · ColdFusion · ColdFusion Next · ColdFusion Builder · OSS · Flex · AIR · Community · Adobe