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"Intermediate ColdSpring: Remote CFCs", with Tom Chiverton

WHEN: Thursday, October 16, 2:00pm US EDT (UTC/GMT-4) (What time is that for you? See which shows the time as US EDT and you can choose your city from the list offered to see what time that is in your own timezone.)
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ABOUT THIS SESSION: Our second session for the day is at a special time, 2pm US EDT (which is 7pm in London), because our speaker will be joining us from the UK. Tom Chiverton will speak on "Intermediate ColdSpring: Remote CFCs". PLEASE NOTE THE INITAL POSTING OF THE MEETING INDICATED 7PM EDT, WHICH WAS A MISTAKE NOW CORRECTED. IT'S 7PM BST (UK TIME), BUT THAT'S 2PM US EDT.
TOPIC DESCRIPTION: When exposing ColdSpring beans as remote (web, AJAX, AMF etc.) services there are several common problems that need to be solved. In this presentation, we'll discuss some of the problems and the ways ColdSpring can address these. We will use a RemoteFactoryBean to generate a remote façade automatically, and then see how Pointcuts can automatically apply Before and Around Advice to this façade. We will see how these two powerful techniques simplify development and maintenance, by showing practical examples of both types of Advice. If you are using ColdSpring already for Dependancy Injection, these techniques are a next step.
SPEAKER: Tom Chiverton is a web developer for Halliwells (, a ColdFusion powered top-30 law firm based in the UK. He has been using ColdFusion since version 4.5, and increasingly builds Flex-powered web sites as front ends to ColdSpring and Reactor powered systems. In previous roles he has worked on vehicle tracking systems, and a stint doing UNIX systems administration. Tom likes to participate in the community and you've probably seen him popup everywhere from mailing lists to blog comments. You can find his blog here[
http://rachaelandtom..... When not online, he's currently trying to learn Reason and finish his garden pond.
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  • A former member
    A former member

    Very useful presentation - a lot to take in - but definitely explains a lot more information more quickly than trying to wade through documents - the concrete example for logging using remote facades and AOP from start to finish was particularly good and something that developers new to AOP could try out in a small application example to get started.

    October 17, 2008

  • Nathan S.

    Tom not only has a terrific accent, he also followed through with a solid presentation and great examples to give the audience first-hand experience. If you're just starting a SOA project or would like to see the right way to do it, or if you're trying to figure out how to really use AOP with ColdSpring, watch this presentation and you will understand how and why it works.

    October 17, 2008

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