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New Dates for Into the Box 2022 and Why we changed them

Gavin Pickin |  April 27, 2022

Ortus Solutions is happy to announce we have new finalized dates for Into the Box 2022 and the venue. Into the Box 2022 will be hosted in Houston Texas, Tuesday September 6th through Thursday September 8th, 2022. The conference will be at a new venue, the Houston CityPlace Marriott at Springwoods Village.

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Call For Speakers Open for Into The Box 2022

Luis Majano |  March 24, 2022

We are very excited that the Into The Box conference is coming back to the Houston area in September of 2022. Registration is now officially open and call for papers is now open as well.

  • Full 2-day conference with over 30 different technology topics
  • An additional full day of hands-on training available for a veritable 3 days of awesomeness
  • A warm and sunny city of The Woodlands, Texas
  • When: First Weeks of September 2022
  • Modernize Your Skillz
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Adobe to Sponsor Into the Box 2021!

Paulina Lainez |  September 22, 2021

It is with great honor that we announce Adobe’s support as a Gold Sponsor for this year’s Into the Box.  Their backing has been key in ensuring the success of our events in both the United States and Latin America. 

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Lucid Outsourcing Solutions Joins as a Silver ITB Sponsor!

Paulina Lainez |  September 20, 2021

This year, we are proud to announce that Lucid Outsourcing Solutions will be joining us as a Silver Sponsor for Into the Box 2021. The company has ample experience in Coldfusion and it offers a wide range of products, services and consultancy in ColdFusion Web Application Development , Mobile Application Development, e-Commerce and other IT Solutions.

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Into the Box Blog Post Series - Meet Matthew Clemente

Paulina Lainez |  May 05, 2020

Our next speaker would've betted with absolute certainty that he was going to be a university professor of English literature. As you may have guessed, because his  ITB session isn't a lecture on SonnetBox, even best laid plans of mice and men often go awry. Everyone, please meet Matthew Clemente.

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TeraTech To Join ITB2020 as a Bronze Sponsor

Paulina Lainez |  May 05, 2020

We are happy to announce that TeraTech, the ColdFusion consulting firm, will be joining us as a bronze sponsor this year! TeraTech is dedicated to helping CIOs secure ColdFusion apps from hackers, speed up and make reliable their slow and crashing CF servers, and develop modern CF apps with few bugs, on time and within budget.

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Into the Box Blog Post Series - Meet Wil de Bruin

Paulina Lainez |  April 30, 2020

Our next Into the Box speaker is a  fanatic pizzaiolo, home baker and never buys bread from supermarkets. He is also the admin of the Dutch home baking forum. He’s been using CF since the dark times of CF 1.5 when CFML was still called DBML and Java was just something to make the  Netscape browser slower. Everyone, please meet Wil de Bruin. 

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Into the Box Blog Post Series - Meet Shawn Oden

Paulina Lainez |  April 30, 2020

We’d like to introduce you to Shawn Oden, our next speaker in our Blog Post Series. When asked  to share something funny about himself, he turned to his son and this happened: “I asked my youngest son what he thought was funny about me, he said "Your face." Which is rather ironic, since he looks almost exactly like me.” 

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FusionReactor Joins Into the Box 2020 as a Silver Sponsor

Paulina Lainez |  April 29, 2020

The good news for Into the Box 2020 keep on coming! We are pleased to announce that FusionReactor will be joining us as a Silver Sponsor this year.  FusionReactor  provides real-time visibility and alerting of application performance issues. Thousands of customers trust FusionReactor to monitor their applications, enabling them to identify and respond faster to performance and stability problems.

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Into the Box Blog Post Series - Meet Tony Junkes

Paulina Lainez |  April 28, 2020

Continuing with our Speaker Blog Post Series we have Tony Junkes. Tony once was competing in a Martial Arts event where Chuck Norris was a guest celebrity/judge. He made a mistake during his Kata routine which flustered him completely. When the judges allowed him to start over, Chuck Norris came up to him and said if he messed up again he would kick him where the sun doesn't shine. Needless to say, he did not mess up again.

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