Wowzers! It’s been 10 months since I create a post on my blog! There is a good reason for that, I promise. I’m obviously not a prolific blogger like Ray Camden or some of the other folks that
Sometimes you just have to "forget" all the OO goodness that you've learned to love over the last couple of years and go back to the "old" way of doing things in order to best service your client.
A tale of my journey into web development and the ColdFusion ecosystem.
As the title of this post suggests, I made it through what some people refer to as the "black birthday" yesterday.
I'm writing an application that uses ColdFusion's ORM features heavily. Various fields in my database deal with Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and need to be encrypted to meet regulatory requirements. I've been mulling over the best way to deal with
For the last year or so, all of my ColdFusion development projects have been built using the Model-Glue MVC framework. Over time, you get to where you know the most commonly used methods that are used to interact with the