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Luis Majano

May 15, 2017

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We are so excited to bring our Training Bootcamp series back to the Washington, D.C./Virginia area this July 18-19th 2017 just before CF.Objective.

 

Do you want to transform your procedural/legacy CFML to modern times? Then this training is for you!

 

Course Information

In this training we will review the ins and outs of CommandBox so you can incorporate it as your ColdFusion companion tool. From CLI and operating system integration to ColdFusion engine management and portability with Docker and container strategies. This training series will be led by CommandBox creators Brad Wood and Luis Majano. Whether you are a ColdFusion expert or novice, this bootcamp will challenge you and refresh your skills to be able to modernize your ColdFusion (CFML) applications and servers.

Venue

The training will be held at the Regus Franklin Square located at 1300 I St NW Suite 400E, Washington D.C.

 

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