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Gavin Pickin

April 17, 2017

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Every person speaking at the conference will bring something unique. ITB 2017 has a lot of great speakers. A conference is a lot of work, and we’re thankful for all of those helping us to bring ITB to everyone. Take some time to get to know some of the speakers by clicking on the links below. Here's our first speaker summary.

Meet Pete Freitag - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Pete Freitag is an asset to the cfml community. Pete is probably most well-known for HackMyCF, but has built a lot of great products, as you can see on his website . CFDocs is another great project that Pete is leading the way with, currently the project has 71 contributors, creating the ultimate documentation for cfml, crossing the engine boundaries.

We are very happy to have Pete back again as a speaker at this years Into the Box 2017… speaking about “Securing CFML Codebases” For more information about Pete and the workshops he will be teaching, click the link below.

Meet Pete Freitag - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Meet Nolan Erck - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Nolan is a regular speaker at many CFML conferences, we're happy to have him speaker to you at this years Into the Box 2017… speaking about “Dependency Injection, why is it awesome and why should I care?” For more information on who Nolan is and what he will be speaking about click the link below.

Meet Nolan Erck - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Meet George Murphy - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

George Murphy always brings a smile to CFML conferences whether he is speaking, or just an attendee. George and I are already planning our trip to the steakhouse, and we're happy to have him speaking to you at this years Into the Box 2017… speaking about “Gitlab server with Continuous Integration” Want to know more about George and what he will be speaking on please click the link below.

Meet George Murphy - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Meet Brian Klaas - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

Having seen Brian speak a couple of times, I was happy to see he submitted a talk to Into The Box 2017. I really enjoyed his talk about AWS at CF Summit a couple of years back, and can't wait to see what's new. AWS is an awesome platform, and it's growing every day. If you haven't dived into AWS, I recommend you listen to Brian, to get you started. For more information please click the link below.

Meet Brian Klaas - Speaker Interview for ITB 2017

We are so happy to have all of the gracious speakers to be willing to participate in the conference. Into The Box is approaching quickly, we hope you can join us, and make this ITB the best ever. Don't forget to get your tickets so you can experience these amazing speakers.

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