Speaking at NCDevCon 2014

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I'm very happy to announce that I'll be speaking at NCDevCon 2014. I've spoken at this conference for a few years now but didn't submit a topic this year due to some personal issues. Those personal issues are currently in hibernation for a few months and when an opening popped up at the last minute, I leapt at it.

I'll be speaking on two topics this year. My first is a simple look at what I think are the top features of ColdFusion 11. This will be a very opinionated look at the features of ColdFusion 11 (and ColdFusion Builder 3) that I think are worth your attention.

The second topic will be a look at the Ionic framework. This is a presentation I was supposed to give a month or two ago but that event was cancelled. I'm a complete and utter Ionic fan boy so I can't wait to share the awesomeness of Ionic with others.

For folks who can't attend (shame on you - you should :) - all NCDevCon sessions are taped and will be available for free after the conference. But tickets are still for sale. It isn't too late. If you can make it, I highly recommend going!

p.s. Sorry for being quiet the last few days. I just got back from my brother's wedding and I'm somewhat swamped. I need a clone. Or three.

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Jared Siirila posted on 9/3/2014 at 9:41 PM

I'm looking forward to hearing your talk on Ionic. I have just started playing around with it a little, and it seems pretty sweet so far.

Comment 2 by RogerTheGeek posted on 9/3/2014 at 10:31 PM

I'm stoked that you are making it to NCDevCon again. I hope you have a good time in our fair city. I've been hoping to get a chance to look at Ionic, but there is only so much time to explore new things. It will be good to have a jump start by someone who is good at describing new stuff to noobs.

Comment 3 by James Brown posted on 9/4/2014 at 3:14 PM