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Brad Wood

September 10, 2014

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We are pleased to announce that ColdBox Developers Week (CBDW) is back for the third year now.  CBDW is a full week of completely free webinars (4-a-day) put on by Team ColdBox and other smart ColdFusion bods from around the world.  We've got some great topics this year that will discuss NoSQL, ColdBox 4.0, ContentBox CMS, and our newest project: CommandBox.  Sign up and come to as many sessions as you like.  We'll also be recording every session as well for you to watch afterwards if you can't make it during the scheduled time.

So, here's the details.  CBDW will  be happening THIS month, September 22nd-26th.  There will be four sessions each day that week starting at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm Central time.  Want to know what that is in your time zone?  Head over to our site where we have every time zone in the world including yours (based on your IP address).

But wait there's more!  As if the training itself isn't enough, we're going to sweeten the deal with some free giveaways.  During the last session of each day, we're going to randomly select a winner from the full list of registrants to get one of these (one prize per day):

  • $50 Amazon gift card
  • $50 Amazon gift card
  • Sublime Text license ($70 value)
  • DataBoss Standalone license ($149 value)
  • DataBoss Standalone license ($149 value)

 

A big thanks to our sponsors Ortus Solutions and Computer Know How for donating these prizes.

 

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