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New Meetup: Service Orientated Architecture and Continuous Integration / CS5 Giveaway

From: Christopher D.
Sent on: Saturday, November 6, 2010 11:28 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Denver ColdFusion Users Group!

What: Service Orientated Architecture and Continuous Integration / CS5 Giveaway

When: Tuesday, December 7,[masked]:30 PM

Where: APEX Systems Offices
3900 East Mexico Avenue Suite 508
Denver, CO


Do you wish you better understood object oriented programming? Do you want to eventually migrate your applications to a Flex front end? Do you wish the other programmers on your team wouldn?t write so many bugs? (Your code is always perfect) This is where using SOA and CI can help out!
At request of the attendees from the last meeting we will be revisiting Service Orientated Architecture.

We will be covering:

  • What is SOA and how can it help me?
  • Review SOA coding best practices
  • What about Dependency Injection?
  • That?s nice, what about preventing bugs?
  • Respect Hudson?s bow tie (and point fingers when someone breaks your code)

We will also be givingaway a copy of CS5! It will be like an early Christmas present for one attendee!

Goodies provided by Adobe and Apex Systems. Food provided by Apex Systems.

When you pull up to the building, please feel free to park in the lot or the covered parking adjacent to the building. When you pull in, you will be asked to take a ticket. By the time the meeting is over, the attendant has gone home and you will not be charged for parking there.

John thinks clowns are just a bit too freaky, co-manages the Denver CFUG and is a Level 4 Software Engineer for Cricket Communications.

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Our Sponsors

  • Apex Systems

    Apex provides the group with meeting space, swag and food.

  • Adobe

    Providers of presenters, software, books and lots of SWAG


    Lynda is offering discounted training for user group members.

  • Javascript Training

    Accelebrate offers training for ColdFusion, Javascript, and more.

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