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Orange County ColdFusion User Group: Getting Started with ColdFusion

  • Feb 19, 2009 · 6:30 PM
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Orange County ColdFusion User Group, or OCCFUG, is an official Adobe User Group, and benefits from Adobe-sponsored software bundle giveaways twice a year. The focus of this Special Interest Group is on Adobe ColdFusion, helping beginers and experts alike. Steve Farwell is the Manager of this SIG, and Scott Bennett is the Co-Manager. OCCFUG meets on the third Thursday of every month, and the fee for non-OCMMA members is $10, or $5 for students. Visit the Orange County ColdFusion User's Group website for more information.

Program: Getting Started with ColdFusion

Steve Farwell and Scott Bennett will introduce how to get started with dynamic web development. We will discuss the all the basics of what is needed and how to get set up, how to connect to databases and language fundamentals and much more.

Bring all your questions and get ready to have some fun.

OCCFUG meets on the third Thursday of every month, and the fee for non-OCMMA members is $10, or $5 for students.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    We had a great time. Everyone said the meeting was very informative and answered many of their questions.

    February 24, 2009

  • Cynthia G.

    Steve Farwell and Scott Bennett did an excellent job of introducing how to program with ColdFusion and how to use databases for dynamic web sites. They explained how ColdFusion can be used to pull and push data to and from databases. They even taught us a few beginning code statements. Because we ran out of time, I'm hoping they'll do Part 2 of their presentation next month!

    February 22, 2009

  • Mark D.

    This was a great intro to Cold Fusion as well as the purpose for Dynamic Websites!

    February 20, 2009

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