Agenda: Melbourne


Melbourne Date


22nd November 2007 at the Crown Promanade


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The agenda for the day is the following!


Time Title Description Speaker
09:00am - 10:00am Adobe Keynote  ColdFusion 8 and the future of ColdFusion Adam Lehman
10:00am - 10:45am CFInterface At last CF developers can join the rest of the OO world in "programming to the interface, not the implementation" Robin Hilliard
10:45am - 11;00am -- Break --    
11:00am - 12:00pm Using ColdFusion With LiveCycle Data Services From messaging and push to sophisticated data synchronization, LiveCycle Data Services opens up a world of new capabilities for your Flex applications. And with built-in ColdFusion support, LiveCycle Data Services is a logical and powerful addition to every ColdFusion developer's toolbox. Nick Watson
12:00pm - 01:00pm -- Lunch --    
01:00pm - 01:45pm

Connect to ColdFusion data and services using Flex and AIR (Adobe Session)

In this session you'll see an existing Flex application extended to add calendaring and instant messaging using new Exchange server integration whilst leveraging the CF gateways. Using AIR we can then bring this information to the desktop and access everything offline. Andrew Spaulding
01:45pm - 02:30pm

Developing Applicaitons

with Transfer ORM

Object Relational Mappers (ORM) were developed to cut down the amount of time this process takes, and automate the translation between a relational database and an Object Oriented system.
Transfer ORM's main focus is to automate the repetitive tasks of creating the SQL and custom CFCs that are often required when developing a ColdFusion application. Through a central configuration file Transfer knows how to generate objects, and how to manage them and their relationships back to the database.
Mark Mandel
02:30pm - 02:45pm -- Break --    
02:45pm - 03:30pm Farcry Framework A flagship of the ColdFusion open source community, FarCry Core powers a vast array of web applications worldwide. Join Chief Architect, Geoff Bowers, as he takes the lid off the FarCry framework and the content management system (CMS) for which it's so popular. Aimed at newcomers and advocates alike, this session will tour the unique features and programming concepts of the FarCry 4.0 release to inspire others to join this fast growing ColdFusion community. Geoff Bowers
03:30pm - 04:15pm Code Generation Learn how to use Software Product Lines, Domain Specific Languages and code generators to create well architected, maintainable applications more quickly and cost effectively. Peter Bell




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