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I am currently reading Railo 3 Beginner's Guide by Mark Drew, et. al

Thought for the day
Live as if you were living a second time, and as though you had acted wrongly the first time.
Viktor Frankl, author, neurologist and psychiatrist, Holocaust survivor (1905-1997)

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Review of Railo 3 Beginner's Guide
LoI - Dec. 17, 2009
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The Future of Fuseblog
LoI - Oct. 15, 2009
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Archives - February 2009

February 26, 2009

LoI - Feb. 26, 2009

News Roundup

Umlet - an application to help create UML diagrams.


Queued, a Netflix que manager using Dojo and AIR - Sitepen has put together an open source app that lets you manage your Netflix que from an AIR desktop app. It was built to demonstrate how Javascript and AIR can work together to make powerful apps.


SQL Injection attacks & SQL Fury

Adobe has put up an article on the Developer Net covering ways to help secure your ColdFusion apps against SQL Injection attacks. Also, there is a tool called SQL Fury that is a SQL injection scanner, using blind SQL injection techniques to extract information from a target database.

Adobe article - http://www.adobe.com/devnet/coldfusion/articles/sql_injection.html
SQL Fury - http://www.sqlfury.com/

Adobe AIR 1.5.1 has been released


Bespin - a browser based code editor from Mozilla


John Beynon brings us this bit about dead computer languages - he ran searches on Google for the phrase 'XX is dead' where he substituted different programming languages in each search.

Java is Dead  9990 results PHP is Dead  4430 results Cobol is Dead  996 results ColdFusion is Dead  683 results

It is nice to see that ColdFusion is the 'least dead' language on the list. :-)

Lee Brimelow has been hiding copies of Adobe's CS4 application suite around the world and leaving clues to their locations on his blog. For his Amsterdam drop he created a function to hide a clue inside of an image using stegonography. He has the app online and made it available for use.


Fun Shtuff

The Ballad of Dreamweaver 4


Lego Turing Machine - another cool Lego device


ArcAttack Star Wars Imperial Theme at Chattacon 2009 - You haven't heard John Williams' composition until you've heard it played by a Tesla coil


Filed under the 'strange denizens of the deep' department - the Yeti crab.


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February 12, 2009

LoI - Feb. 12, 2009

News Roundup

ColdFusion podcasts

If you're interested in getting more information on ColdFusion, keeping up with the community, and finding out what other cool CF things are out there, there are several ColdFusion podcasts you can listen to. Load these up on your mp3 player and get informed.

CFConversations - the current premiere CF related podcast. Brian Meloche and friends bring you interviews and discussions on all aspects of the CF world - http://www.cfconversations.com/

CFDocs - Put together by Mark Drew and the UK CFUG group, this podcast covers various topics of discussion at their monthly meetings http://www.ukcfug.org/archives.cfm/category/podcast

CF Hour - a brand new podcast put together by Dave Ferguson and Michael Sean Becker http://www.cfhour.com/

It's "Just say 'No' to Powerpoint Week" - http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090209/NEWSBLOG/902099965/-1/XML15
-via Todd Sharp's blog http://cfsilence.com/blog/client/index.cfm/2009/2/11/Celebrate-Just-Say-No-To-PowerPoint-Week

Free Tech Books - This site links to free technical books you can read online. I briefly looked at this and they seem to have a fairly wide number of topics covered.


Fun Shtuff

Harnessing hamster power with a nanogenerator - if this becomes widespread I know a pomeranian that could power a whole neighborhood for a week from running around for an hour.


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February 05, 2009

LoI - Feb. 5, 2009

News Roundup

Eco-Drive AIR application - FIAT released an AIR application that helps drivers improve their fuel efficiency, reduce their Carbon emissions and save money on Fuel. Andrew Shorten and Serge Jespers put together a cool video that first takes a look at the AIR app itself, then goes behind the scenes and talks with the developers about how it was built.


ColorZilla - Provides "eyedropper" functionality for Firefox. This is built into the OS in Mac OS X, so it's nice to have it (at least for the web) in Windows. Also includes a color picker and other goodies.


ScreenGrab! - Captures an ENTIRE webpage and saves it to .png or .jpeg. Also works for screenshots of what's visible in the window, selection only, particular frame, etc. Beats using Photoshop (or worse, MS Paint) to stitch together photos.



FireShot is a extension for Firefox and Internet Explorer that captures, edits, annotates, organizes, exports and prints screenshots of your web pages.


Design Principles - several OO design principles, concisely explained. There are links to more information about each principle if you want to dig further into the material.


OO Thought process - another good starting point for exploring some of the principles involved with OO thought processes and design


UML - the Unified Modeling language helps you specify, visualize, and document models of software systems, including their structure and design, in a way that meets all of these requirements.


Programming Tip of the Day: Write your code as if the person maintaining it is a maniac serial killer who knows where you live. - Hal Helms

Fun Shtuff

The Army's remote controlled beetle - both fascinating and disturbing at the same time


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