Learn CF in a Week!

November 7, 2012
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Learn CF in a Week!

Staff 98 posts
Followers: 12 people
November 7, 2012

I am pleased to announce a brand new community driven training program for ColdFusion – Learn CF in a week!

It is great to see Learn CF In a Week live from what started out as a conversation about training resources for ColdFusion between Simon and me at cf.Objective() this year.

Huge shout-out to Simon Free and other community experts for making this happen. I would like to call out all contributors from the community for this traning program that walks you through various concepts of ColdFusion as you build a fully functional ColdFusion website


Authors

• Emily Christiansen
• Tim Cunningham
• David Epler
• Sam Farmer
• Dave Ferguson
• Simon Free
• Paul Hastings
• Guust Nieuwenhuis
• Dan Skaggs
• Nic Tunney
• Adam Tuttle
• Dan Wilson

Editors

• Mark Esher
• Kristin Ferguson
• Tiffany Goebel

Designers

• Nick Borden
• Jim Priest

Go try out the training for yourself! And help spread the word!

 

Comments (13)
2012-11-26 15:55:34
2012-11-26 15:55:34

@Adam, haha! Thanks 😀 Well, you found it first. I’m just learning from the best!

Thanks,
-Aaron

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2012-11-17 11:01:50
2012-11-17 11:01:50

Hi Simon: thanks for the email address, I’ll use that. The wee bug I found was the same one Aaron (or “Hawk-Eye”, perhaps 😉 found, so I guess you’re on the case.

I’ll be reading through things properly over the next few weeks, so I’ll let you know if I spot anything else.

Good work.


Adam

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2012-11-11 02:58:21
2012-11-11 02:58:21

Hi Rakshith,

You’re welcome and thanks very much!

-Aaron

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2012-11-09 04:19:26
2012-11-09 04:19:26

Thanks Aaron!

I will let the team responsible for documentation know about the undocumented bit.

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2012-11-09 02:20:51
2012-11-09 02:20:51

Excellent resource! Also looking thru it as I have time. Minor nit: [cfif -1]negative numbers are true[/cfif]. I agree this will grow CF adoption. Great job!

Oh, CF10 added [cfloop query=”q” group=”col”] and CF9 added db-independent queryResult.GENERATEDKEY (why is GENERATEDKEY still undocumented in CF10?).

Thanks!,
-Aaron

P.S. Used square brackets, instead of angled, b/c the blog thought my comment was spam.

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2012-11-08 10:39:03
2012-11-08 10:39:03

Great initiative…this is something what ColdFusion platform needs to grow/spread….
thanks

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2012-11-08 07:09:33
2012-11-08 07:09:33

@adam you can send them to info@learncfinaweek.com

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2012-11-08 04:09:13
2012-11-08 04:09:13

I’m working my way through it, casting a technical/critical eye over it, and it’s looking really good so far.

I’ve found one bug though (some guidance is incorrect)… is there some way of reporting these?

Good work, all involved!


Adam

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2012-11-08 01:47:27
2012-11-08 01:47:27

Thanks John. I have corrected it now.

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2012-11-08 01:33:12
2012-11-08 01:33:12

Great initiative – well done to all involved. Did spot a typo on your contributer list: Mark Escher, should be Marc Esher

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2012-11-08 00:39:30
2012-11-08 00:39:30

It’s a great initiative. Helpful for both existing as well as new CF Developers. All the very best and thank you.

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2012-11-07 23:19:12
2012-11-07 23:19:12

Dirk, corrected it. Thanks for pointing out.

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2012-11-07 23:14:06
2012-11-07 23:14:06

Hi
there is a tpypo in the link. It should be http://www.learncfinaweek.com ( a is missing).

Great work. Thanks !

Dirk

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