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  • "Your best options to build modern front-ends with JavaScript", with Dan Wilson

    We're happy to announce another session of the Online ColdFusion Meetup, "Your best options to build modern front-ends with JavaScript", with Dan Wilson, to be held Thursday July 9 at 12pm US Eastern Time, UTC-4. Meeting URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) The JavaScript ecosystem moves fast. In the last few years, the ecosystem has consolidated into several dominant choices like React, Angular, and Vue.js. Picking the right frameworks means you will be able to efficiently build apps your users will love. The right choice depends a lot on philosophy and your circumstances. In this presentation we’ll go over the major frameworks and discuss the pros and cons to each. We’ll also look at sample code and the overall developer experience. At the end of this talk, you’ll be better prepared to make the best choice for your company. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Dan has extensive experience growing technology focused products and services. A long time ColdFusion community member, he got his first taste of fast-moving bleeding edge tech when he joined his first start-up in 1999. Dan at Digital Primates where they help companies modernize applications and skills with Enterprise JavaScript and React. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. WANT TO PRESENT? We welcome and indeed seek presentations from anyone wishing to speak about any projects regarding or tangentially related to CF. For more, see https://speak.coldfusionmeetup.com.

  • "Keeping CF (and Java) updated: challenges and solutions", with Charlie Arehart

    We're happy to announce another session of the Online ColdFusion Meetup, "Keeping CF (and Java) updated: challenges and solutions", with Charlie Arehart, to be held Thursday June 25 at 12pm US Eastern Time, UTC-4. Meeting URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Are you keeping up on whatever updates are available for the CF version you're running (2018, 2016, or so on)? And how about updating the Java/JVM that CF uses? You should be, for security as well as bug fix reasons. And what about the web server connector (wsconfig)? Ever since CF10, the mechanism to update CF has been a single-click operation in the CF Admin--or at least, that's how it's supposed to be. But sometimes things go amiss, and you can be left with CF not coming up, or the admin not opening, or something in your app failing to work right which you may not notice for even days or weeks. And the same is true when it comes to updating the Java/JVM that CF uses: there are several things you can easily do "wrong" that will have CF not starting. And even if you do it "right", there may be something amiss (because you missed an important step) that might not bite you for some days--when someone tries to make an https call out of CF. And you may wonder, "what version of Java can I use with my version of CF?" The good news is that there are answers and a few key best practices to follow in updating CF, the JVM, and wsconfig, which if followed can ensure that each is a quick and painless task. In this session, veteran CF troubleshooter Charlie Arehart will walk through all this, based on his decade-plus experience in helping people troubleshoot such problems daily. The session will apply both to those using the Admin or command line for such update mechanisms. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) A veteran server troubleshooter with over thirty years experience in enterprise IT, Charlie Arehart (@carehart) is a longtime contributor to the community and Adobe Community Professional. As an independent consultant, he provides short-term, remote, on-demand troubleshooting/tuning assistance for organizations of all sizes and experience levels (https://www.carehart.org/consulting). DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. WANT TO PRESENT? We welcome and indeed seek presentations from anyone wishing to speak about any projects regarding or tangentially related to CF. For more, see https://speak.coldfusionmeetup.com.

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  • "How to transform DB tuning into a rewarding effort", with Josh Patterson

    We're happy to announce another session of the Online ColdFusion Meetup, ""How to transform DB tuning into a rewarding effort", with Josh Patterson, to be held Thursday June 18 at 12pm US Eastern Time, UTC-5. Look for more CF-specific developer-presented sessions in weeks to come. Indeed, we welcome and indeed seek presentations from anyone wishing to speak about any projects regarding or tangentially related to CF. For more, see https://speak.coldfusionmeetup.com. TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Poor database performance can cost you customers, and when it’s happening that’s not the best time to be making decisions about how to monitor and tune things. Better to consider options in advance, and even proactively tune things if possible. Tuning might also allow you to reduce overly-scaled out instances, reducing DB licensing and/or server costs. In this session, join Josh Patterson who will show you Vroom Performance Suite, a db monitoring tool built by performance engineers for performance engineers. It offers substantial performance information both in real-time and based on historical snapshots. And who wants to be watching a monitor all day? So it also offers real-time alerts. And when it comes time to dig in, it offers help with tracking and assessing db indexing, analysis of expensive queries, and execution plan insights. Hopefully it will also offer you better sleep at night. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Josh Patterson is a seasoned data architect with over 15 years experience architecting high performing databases. He has designed and improved business critical systems for companies in several industries ranging from healthcare to finance. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting.

  • "Low-Code for the ColdFusion Developer", with Andrew Duthie

    We're happy to announce another session of the Online ColdFusion Meetup, "Low-Code for the ColdFusion Developer – What is it, and Why you should care" with G. Andrew Duthie, to be held Thursday June 11 at 12pm US Eastern Time, UTC-5. After a quiet period, this is the first of a few sessions planned for the coming weeks. We welcome and indeed seek presentations from anyone wishing to speak about any projects regarding or tangentially related to CF. For more, see https://speak.coldfusionmeetup.com. TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) ColdFusion developers know what it means to be productive. Delivering data-driven websites and solutions is familiar territory. But whether you’re an employee in the enterprise, or a contractor seeking out your next gig, you may start hearing about Low-Code, if you haven’t already. Maybe your company has decided to try it out, or maybe it’s just something a customer asked about, but if you listen to the analysts, Low-Code is a growing segment of the IT market, and a market shaping up to be in the tens of billions of dollars. Does that mean you should give up ColdFusion? Of course not. But it never hurts to have additional tools to bring to bear on a given problem, and a better understanding of other tools can help inform how you approach what you do today, regardless of what tools you use to do it. In this session, OutSystems Developer Advocate G. Andrew Duthie will provide an overview of Low-Code, an approach to application development that emphasizes a visual approach to developing screens and logic. He’ll show what it brings to the table and demonstrate how OutSystems implements Low-Code, and he will provide a broader look at the Low-Code (and No-Code) landscape, including other players to be aware of in this area. Bring your curiosity and your questions, and yes, you should even bring your skepticism. All are welcome! ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) G. Andrew Duthie is Developer Advocate with OutSystems, with more than a decade of experience in teaching developers how to make the most of the available development tools and technologies, through both in-person and online presentations and training. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting.

  • "Start Doing `Integrated` Testing", with Gavin Pickin

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Dec 19 at 11am (US Central Time, UTC-6) will be: "Start `Integrated` Testing - The biggest and easiest ( testing ) bang for your buck", with (George) Gavin Pickin. Topic description, speaker bio, as well as meeting and recording links are below. First, please note that the time shown on the meetup site is in my time, Central. If you're on a different timezone, it is NOT adjusted for you, though curiously the "add to calendar" link is. The following link also shows the time for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191219T12&p1=64&ah=1. That starts with the time as US Central, and lets you choose YOUR city from the list offered, to see the time in your own timezone. MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Description Sadly, most Developers don’t test their code like they should because testing can be hard, and it time consuming and the customer doesn’t want to pay for it. In this session, I’ll show you how easy testing can be, how quick it can be, and better yet, its FUN! Integrated is a great tool released by Eric Peterson, inspired by Jeffrey Way’s Integrated for Laravel. Laravel has a lot of amazing tools, and Integrated for CFML is a port of one of them. Integrated lets you write tests in a user friendly way, allowing you to do something as simple as this for a test, interacting with your entire website, not just a UNIT of code. - Visit this page - See if this text is on the page - Type this into this text field - Type that into this text field - Button the form - Look for an error message on the page. Learn how this tool can allow you wrap your site in full integration tests in minutes, and give you the jump start you need with your testing, while making it fun. By creating integration tests, vs unit tests, you don’t have to rewrite all your code into testable units to begin, your code is ready, are you? ## 5 Main Points - Learn how easy it is to add test coverage today without rewriting all your code - Automate your app testing without pressing F5 all day long - Make tests easy for your dev team, and meaningful for your client with meaningful test result pages - Learn a power Domain Specific Language (DSL) for writing your tests that makes sense to developers, new and experienced - Have fun writing tests, and sleep better at night knowing you have test coverage in your app. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Gavin is a proud ColdFusion developer, starting with ColdFusion in the late 90s. His first exposure to ColdFusion was while working for the University of Auckland under supervision of big ColdFusion Contractors. He got his feet wet early, with systems ranging from small, to extremely large and complex. Moving the the United States in late 2000, Gavin has worked with several companies, creating many systems, that are still supporting thousands of websites, from small brochure, corporate, e-commerce, to large school districts websites. During that time, he also built several custom applications to help businesses of all sizes find the solution they needed. Gavin's strengths lie with ColdFusion and he works in all areas of the application design work flow, from Customer Project Specifications, ColdFusion Integration and Database Design, all the way through to the User Interface design and implementation, Customer Training and Support, and Devops and Docker for Project Deployment. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting.

  • "Please pass the salt: Serve up passwords w/ a side of entropy", with Brad Wood

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Dec 12 at 12pm (US ET, UTC-5) will be: "Please pass the salt: Serve up passwords with a side of entropy", with Brad Wood. Topic description, speaker bio, meeting and recording links are below. First, please note that the time shown on the meetup site is in Eastern time. If you're on a different timezone, it and the calendar links are NOT adjusted for you. The following link shows the time for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191212T12&p1=25&ah=1. That starts with the time as US ET, and lets you choose YOUR city from the list offered, to see the time in your own timezone. MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Passwords are like opinions, everyone has them and some are easier to figure out than others. As application developers and DBAs, our users entrust us with the precious keys to their social media, E-mails, bank accounts, and shopping history. Hopefully everyone has figured out storing your passwords in plain text is really bad, but is a simple hash good enough? You’ve probably heard someone say that if you're rolling your own crypto, you’re probably doing it wrong, but what ARE you supposed to do? There’s so much information out there about encryption, hashes, iterations, salts, and entropy that it’s hard to decipher and sometimes even harder to convince your boss why it’s worth spending time on. Let’s take a practical look into the world of password storage by starting with the most basic approach and what’s wrong with it. We’ll work through many of the common techniques and explain how they fall short. We’ll talk about the tools crackers use such as brute force, lookups, and rainbow tables to explain how the baddies wrench your users’ secrets from your stolen databases using several recent high-profile attacks as examples. How can you protect against a thread you don’t even understand? • Why YOUR site is worth making secure • How hashing differs from encryption • What password policy creates the best entropy • What the heck is a rainbow table and does it have a pot of gold at the end? • What libraries you can start using today to do it “right”? ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Brad grew up in southern Missouri and after high school majored in Computer Science with a music minor at MidAmerica Nazarene University (Olathe, KS). Today he lives in Kansas City with his wife and three girls. Brad enjoys all sorts of international food and the great outdoors. Brad has been programming ColdFusion for 12 years and has used every version of CF since 4.5. He first fell in love with ColdFusion as a way to easily connect a database to his website for dynamic pages. He enjoys configuring and performance tuning high-availability Windows and Linux ColdFusion environments as well as SQL Server. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. LOGGING IN: When you login to the Connect room ( https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup ) to view the meeting, PLEASE USE THE "LOGIN AS GUEST" option, and USE YOUR NAME, but do NOT attempt to use your meetup.com username/password. And no need to have or use any Connect account. Just sign in as a guest. ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR: Want to add this event to your own personal calendar? A calendar link is offered both in the invitations emailed to members and on the meetup event page. But again, note that meetup doesn't let me indicate the timezone, and it doesn't change the time to suit your own timezone. YOU must change the time entry in your calendar. Sorry.

  • "Web Acceleration to the Rescue", with Bruno Zugay

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Nov 14 at 6pm (US ET, UTC-5), the 256th presentation on the ColdFusion meetup, will be: "Web Acceleration to the Rescue", with Bruno Zugay. (Note this is at 6p ET, not the 12p ET time of other recent sessions.) Topic description, speaker bio, meeting and recording links are below. First, please note that the time shown on the meetup site is in Eastern time. If you're on a different timezone, it and the calendar links are NOT adjusted for you. The following link shows the time for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191114T18&p1=25&ah=1. That starts with the time as US ET, and lets you choose YOUR city from the list offered, to see the time in your own timezone. MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Caching is one of the best ways to maximize the output of your application. However, most developers don’t look past their application code and object caching for other available options. Varnish Cache can increase the performance of your website, while at the same time significantly reduce the load on your server. We’ll go over how it works and demonstrate how you can use it on your site. Whether you are using ColdFusion on Windows or Linux, whether you are running IIS or Apache, join us to find out how Varish can help. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Director of Development, at Global Reach Bruno is enjoying full stack development, DevOps, and making the internet a better place. Focusing on scalability, performance, and security. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. LOGGING IN: When you login to the Connect room ( https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup ) to view the meeting, PLEASE USE THE "LOGIN AS GUEST" option, and USE YOUR NAME, but do NOT attempt to use your meetup.com username/password. And no need to have or use any Connect account. Just sign in as a guest. No need to RSVP if you're NOT coming: We do appreciate folks RSVPing if they plan to come (using the link on this email or at the meetup site), though it's not mandatory and it's not a commitment. But there's no need to RSVP if you can't make it let alone explain why you can't. With about 3,000 members, no worries. :-) FEEDBACK/MEETING DISCUSSION: Members will receive an email after the meeting or can click a link on the event page to offer. Note also the meeting-specific discussion area there at the bottom, in addition to the one-chance feedback feature on the right. Feel free to engage in discussions about the meeting topic. ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR: Want to add this event to your own personal calendar? A calendar link is offered both in the invitations emailed to members and on the meetup event page. But again, note that meetup doesn't let me indicate the timezone, and it doesn't change the time to suit your own timezone. YOU must change the time entry in your calendar. Sorry.

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  • "SQL, I learned enough to break everything" with Dave Ferguson

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Nov 7 at 6pm (US ET), the 254th presentation on the ColdFusion meetup, will be: "SQL, I learned enough to break everything", with Dave Ferguson. (Note this is at 6p ET, not the 12p ET time of the past three sessions.) Topic description and speaker bio are also below. (Please note also that the meetup the time shown in the time indicator of the meetup site may be in a timezone that may not be yours. I can't make it adjust for you. Please instead see the time in the text I've written above, and see below for a link I offer showing the time in your own timezone, if needed.) MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) I bet you have written SQL for your app. I would also bet that you have written SQL and looked at it a little like a puppy dog that tilts its head at strange things. We all have, even the experts among us. Nobody is immune to writing things that make you scratch your head. In this session, we will take a look at why your SQL may not run the way you intended. We will look well beyond just the select statement and look deeper into how SQL runs. We will go over what the DBA's keep to themselves as well as other metrics. We will also look at some debugging techniques to help find problems when they happen. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Dave has spent the majority of his life living in sunny Southern California. Over the past almost 20 years has worked in information technology after his attempt at being a career restaurant manager failed miserably. He has spent the majority of that time specializing in large enterprise-class systems. While he continues working on those types of systems he now focuses a large amount of his free time in the mobile application space. WHEN: Thurs. Nov 7, 6:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-5) What time is that for you? The following link shows what the time would be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191107T18&p1=25&ah=1 that shows the time as US ET, and lets you choose your city from the list offered to see what time that is in your own timezone. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. LOGGING IN: When you login to the Connect room ( https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup ) to view the meeting, PLEASE USE THE "LOGIN AS GUEST" option, and USE YOUR NAME, but do NOT attempt to use your meetup.com username/password. And no need to have or use any Connect account. Just sign in as a guest. No need to RSVP if you're NOT coming: We do appreciate folks RSVPing if they plan to come (using the link on this email or at the meetup site), though it's not mandatory and it's not a commitment. But there's no need to RSVP if you can't make it let alone explain why you can't. With about 3,000 members, no worries. :-) FEEDBACK/MEETING DISCUSSION: Members will receive an email after the meeting or can click a link on the event page to offer. Note also the meeting-specific discussion area there at the bottom, in addition to the one-chance feedback feature on the right. Feel free to engage in discussions about the meeting topic. ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR: Want to add this event to your own personal calendar? A calendar (ics) file is attached on invitations emailed to members.

  • "GET /cfml - A Guide to Writing API Wrappers" with Matthew Clemente

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Oct 31 at 12pm (US ET) will be "GET /cfml - A Guide to Writing API Wrappers", with Matthew Clemente. Topic description and speaker bio are also below. (Please note also that I can't control that the meetup site showing the time in my timezone not yours. Please observe the time in the text above, and see below for a link to see that time in your own timezone, if needed.) MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Nearly everything has an API; they are the language of the internet. With a simple HTTP call, you can process a payment, send a text, and yes, even return random cat pictures. While many API providers have official libraries, ColdFusion may not be one of the supported languages. In this session, I'll show you how to craft your own coherent wrapper for APIs that don't already have ColdFusion support. We'll examine code from real-world examples to learn practical design strategies, as well as the theory behind them. After all, while every API is different, the underlying RESTful principles are the same. Along the way, we'll tackle common issues, including naming conventions, error handing, and of course, testing. By the end, you'll have all the tips, tricks, and tools necessary to harness the power of external APIs within your own applications and to share your API wrappers with the ColdFusion community! ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) I'm a Founding Partner with Season 4, LLC, a team of designers, programmers, and writers working in the legal industry. After studying English, I took the road less traveled and one day realized, much to my surprise, that I had become a developer. I've been building with ColdFusion since MX 7, and the community has been amazing from the start. I'm a husband, father, and always trying to be better. You can find me on Twitter (@mjclemente84), Github (@mjclemente) and I blog, time permitting, at the cleverly named blog.mattclemente.com. WHEN: Thurs. Oct 31, 12:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4) What time is that for you? The following link shows what the time would be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191031T12&p1=25&ah=1 that shows the time as US ET, and lets you choose your city from the list offered to see what time that is in your own timezone. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com. In addition to those Adobe Connect streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. LOGGING IN: When you login to the Connect room ( https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup ) to view the meeting, PLEASE USE THE "LOGIN AS GUEST" option, and USE YOUR NAME, but do NOT attempt to use your meetup.com username/password. And no need to have or use any Connect account. Just sign in as a guest. No need to RSVP if you're NOT coming: We do appreciate folks RSVPing if they plan to come (using the link on this email or at the meetup site), though it's not mandatory and it's not a commitment. But there's no need to RSVP if you can't make it let alone explain why you can't. With about 3,000 members, no worries. :-) FEEDBACK/MEETING DISCUSSION: Members will receive an email after the meeting or can click a link on the event page to offer. Note also the meeting-specific discussion area there at the bottom, in addition to the one-chance feedback feature on the right. Feel free to engage in discussions about the meeting topic. ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR: Want to add this event to your own personal calendar? A calendar (ics) file is attached on invitations emailed to members.

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  • "Approaches to more secure ColdFusion code" with Pete Freitag

    Online meeting via Adobe Connect

    Our session on Thursday Oct 24 at 12pm (US ET) will be "Approaches to more secure ColdFusion code, with Pete Freitag". (Topic description and speaker bio below.) MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/ Recordings: https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/pages/1291916/Recordings_of_the_ColdFusion_Meetup/ TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker) Security is a topic we as developers love to ignore as much as possible, but as the number of attacks increase year over year we need to grab hold of the security in our apps. It can be difficult to secure large or legacy codebases, we'll look at some practical approaches to getting in there and making progress. We'll also review some of the top vulnerabilities to watch out for, which also provide a good starting point. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker) Pete Freitag has over 20 years of experience building web applications with ColdFusion. In 2006 he started Foundeo Inc (foundeo.com), a ColdFusion consulting and products company. Pete helps clients develop and architect custom ColdFusion applications, as well as review an improve the performance and security of existing applications. He has also built several products and services for ColdFusion including Fixinator (https://fixinator.app/), a CFML code security scanner, a Web Application Firewall for ColdFusion called FuseGuard (https://fuseguard.com) and a ColdFusion server security scanning service called HackMyCF (https://hackmycf.com). Pete holds a BS in Software Engineering from Clarkson University. WHEN: Thurs. Oct 24, 12:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4) What time is that for you? The following link shows what the time would be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Online+ColdFusion+Meetup&iso=20191024T12&p1=25&ah=1 that shows the time as US ET, and lets you choose your city from the list offered to see what time that is in your own timezone. DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions RECORDINGS: All meetings are recorded. The URL will be posted after meeting at https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/pages/1291916/Recordings_of_the_ColdFusion_Meetup/. In addition to those streaming recording posted immediately after the meeting, we now also post recordings at Youtube usually within a day of the meeting. LOGGING IN: When you login to the Connect room ( https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup ) to view the meeting, PLEASE USE THE "LOGIN AS GUEST" option, and USE YOUR NAME, but do NOT attempt to use your meetup.com username/password. And no need to have or use any Connect account. Just sign in as a guest. No need to RSVP if you're NOT coming: We do appreciate folks RSVPing if they plan to come (using the link on this email or at the meetup site), though it's not mandatory and it's not a commitment. But there's no need to RSVP if you can't make it let alone explain why you can't. With about 3,000 members, no worries. :-) FEEDBACK/MEETING DISCUSSION: Members will receive an email after the meeting or can click a link on the event page to offer. Note also the meeting-specific discussion area there at the bottom, in addition to the one-chance feedback feature on the right. Feel free to engage in discussions about the meeting topic. ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR: Want to add this event to your own personal calendar? A calendar (ics) file is attached on invitations emailed to members.

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