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May 16, 2022

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Into the Box is sneaking up closer and closer. With so many announcements, we can't post them all to the Ortus Solutions blog, so we're going to just give you updates when we can. To read all of our blog posts from ITB, visit the site or subscribe to RSS https://intothebox.org/blog

This week we're going to be announcing the first set of Sessions, some of the Speakers, and some more sponsors. Last week was a big week for Into the Box too, check out the highlights

Into the Box 2022 - First Workshops Announced

We are excited to announce the first workshops for Into the Box 2022. We plan to offer 5 or more workshops, while we decide on the final workshops, we're happy to announce the first 4. In Previous years at Into the Box we have done 1 day and 2-day workshops and all of the workshops have been well attended, with some standouts that sell out every year. Since we have added several of our biggest and most popular workshops like ColdBox Zero to Hero and Hero to SuperHero on CFCasts, we have room for new workshops. We are bringing back some of the most popular workshops like Containers/Docker & CommandBox & Testing with new and updated content, and some of the workshops are brand new like Async Programming and Scheduling with the man Luis Majano himself, and Legacy Code Conversion where you walk through our Migration process we work through with so many Ortus Clients.

http://www.intothebox.org/blog/into-the-box-2022-first-workshops-announced

Dear Amazing Boss - I would like to ask for your approval to attend Into The Box 2022

We feel Into the Box 2022 will be an excellent conference. We have already announced our first four workshops, with a Twitter poll to help decide the 5th and final workshop. We are finalizing our schedule, for which we have 50+ community submitted sessions, and all of the Ortus sessions, to cram into our 2 days, 2 tracks of almost 30 sessions. We are thrilled with the great list of speakers, content, and sponsors that will be at Into the Box 2022. We think you should come to the conference but may need some help convincing your boss to send you. To assist with that, we created a draft letter, inspired by Smashing Magazine, VueJS Conf, and many others, which you can use to send to your boss to help convince them why attending Into the Box in 2022 is going to be a great thing for you and your company. Please use the below letter to convince your boss to let you attend the best ColdFusion Conference of the Year! Remember, the Super Early Bird prices end soon. Hope to see you in September!

http://www.intothebox.org/blog/dear-amazing-boss-i-would-like-to-ask-for-your-approval-to-attend-into-the-box-2022

Computer Know How - Sponsors Into The Box 2022

We are excited to announce the bronze sponsorship of Computer Know How for the Into The Box 2022 Conference this coming September. We have been partners with CKH for several years and they are an amazing web application development company. Thank you for your patronage, and continuing support. We are excited to see them in Houston this September!

http://www.intothebox.org/blog/computer-know-how-sponsors-into-the-box-2022

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