May 4, 2022
CFML News Podcast for May 3rd, 2022 – Episode 146
May 4, 2022
CFML News Podcast for May 3rd, 2022 – Episode 146
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Gavin Pickin and Dan Card host the this weeks CFML News Podcast. They discussed the new dates for Into the Box which are now set in stone and signed in blood, and why Ortus decided to change them, hint, it’s for you! They announced the call for speakers had 20 speakers and 50 sessions submitted and they reminded you of the earlybird special as well. They announced Adobe’s Developer Week, and highlighted other Adobe webinars and workshops as well.

They discussed Lucee 5.3.9 stable release, CommandBox 5.5.0 and 5.5.1, Docker CommandBox Images v3.5.0, ColdBox Elixir V4 and CFWheels 2.3.0 RC. They shared videos to all of last weeks webinars and announced Ortus’s May Webinar on Fuzzy Searching with ElasticSearch with Michael Born and next Online CF Meetup “Code Reuse in ColdFusion – Is Spaghetti Code still Spaghetti if it is DRY?” with Gain Pickin.

They discuss the some upcoming conferences, including updates for for ITB later in the year, as well as some new events, like the VueJS Forge hackathon by Vue School. They discuss what’s new and coming soon with CFCasts as well… including some new series and more free content, including some ITB 2021 videos to get you hyped up for ITB 2022.

They spotlight a lot of great blog posts, tweets, videos and podcasts, too many to list, so listen to the show.
They announce some jobs from and on the web.

They show off the ForgeBox module of the Week – CFWheels – Everything – CFWheels removed a couple of their old packages, changed things up and re-deployed all of their packages again. They have Fully Embraced ForgeBox Packages as it says so in their blog post.

This week’s VS Code Tip of the week is Gitlab Workflow – This extension integrates GitLab into Visual Studio Code. After you set up the extension, you can do a lot of tasks right in VS Code, it even supports multiple gitlab instances.

They thanked all their Patreons – they talked a little information about perks for their Patreon supporters, including Annual Memberships with a discount.

For the show notes – visit the website

Music from this podcast used under Royalty Free license from SoundDotCom and BlueTreeAudio

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