Cf.Objective() 2008 - A "Must See" Event

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Cf.Objective() 2008 - A "Must See" Event

By Sean Corfield

This year's cf.Objective() has a lot of firsts. If you're not attending, you're going to miss out on a lot of world premier events!

We've worked hard to make cf.Objective() 2008 a "must see" event. We have a number of firsts this year that we're very proud of:

•The public release of Open BlueDragon on May 3rd!

•The public unveiling - and Alpha - of Model-Glue 3: Gesture!

•The public unveiling of Mate, the new Flex framework from AsFusion!

•The first conference to feature the latest rising star in the frameworks world: ColdBox - with an introductory session and a two hour, hands-on advanced workshop!

•The first public information about Swiz, the new Flex framework from Chris Scott of ColdSpring fame!

•Speaking of Chris Scott, we're the first conference to feature a two-hour, hands-on workshop for ColdSpring!

•We're also the first conference to feature a two-hour, hands-on workshop on agile development for ColdFusion developers by the leading light in automated process & testing, John Paul Ashenfelter!

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How can you pass this up? $629 for three full days of brain-cramming, enterprise-level information in a hotel that's only $120 a night! Register Now! The room rate is only guaranteed for a few more days!

If you're a Mach-II user - or thinking of using Mach-II - you might also be interested in the pre-conference classes.


About the Author:
Sean is currently Senior Computer Scientist and Team Lead in the Hosted Services group at Adobe Systems Incorporated. He has worked in the IT industry for nearly twenty-five years, first in database systems and compilers (serving eight years on the ANSI C++ Standards Committee), then in mobile telecoms, and finally in web development. Sean is a staunch advocate of software standards and best practices, and is a well-known and respected speaker on these subjects. Sean has championed and contributed to a number of ColdFusion frameworks, and is a frequent publisher on his blog,
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