Just a reminder that our Ontario, California ColdBox training is in 11 days and only a few seats are left. So book your training today to reserve your seat.
Core ColdBox is our 2-day flagship intensive training course that will get you started with ColdBox even if you have no previous OO experience. The course is constructed in such a manner that both gurus and novices can take advantage of our materials.
February 20, Saturday - CBOX 101 - Day 1
February 21, Sunday - CBOX 101 - Day 2
* The night of the 20th we will have a group dinner (optional) and a open BOF.
My name is Curt Gratz, and I'm a Coldbox Junkie...
Before I started posting to the Coldbox blog, I thought I should introduce myself. I am a long time (13+ year) Coldfusion developer, part owner of Coldbox Alliance Partner Computer Know How, and the newest member of Team Coldbox.
Just a reminder that our Early Bird pricing for our Ontario, California ColdBox training ends this Friday at 11:59 PM PST. So book your training today and just as a last early bird week gift, use the discount code: cfug and get an extra $100 chopped off the early bird price.
Core ColdBox is our 2-day flagship intensive training course that will get you started with Col...
This January 28th at 5PM PST our free book contest ends, so get your entries submitted by then. All you have to do is submit code entries to ForgeBox and the person with the most amount of submitted projects wins a free ColdBox book!! That's it! So get to i...
WOW! This one took a while but finally our M4 release is now available. So is this a final release, beta, or what? Well, we are taking off the beta name and will use our Milestone release as it is now deemed production ready even though I see a lot of users already running production sites with 3.0.0 Beta. Anyways, this milestone release has tons of fixes and updates in preparation for our next milestone which we should introduce in the coming months in preparation for a Release Candidate in Mid or Late April. Our milestones are evolving as planned and our core is getting more solid and solid with each release. This one especially really tightens the bolts on a lot of features introduced since the first betas. So let's start looking at what we did. However, please look at the tickets that have a (COMPATIBILITY) tag on them, if they do, then this means that this release has changed behavior from previous releases and you must see if you use that particular piece of code because most likely it needs to be updated. Please bear with us as all our docs are been reviewed for updates and more are added every day. Our new wiki is also online, powered by CodexWiki of course, and it will contain only 3.0.0 documentation. The 2.6.4 and less docs will remain in the orginal location. Here are the tickets for this milestone: