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Into The Box Notes: Slaying the ORM Dragons with CBORM, Luis Majano

#1 - modeling is key
ORM relationship modeling is key
UML will be your best friend
stop thinking about the DATA
start thinking about object orientation: data AND behavior
 

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Into The Box Notes: Bringing Legacy Apps Back To Life with *Box Micro-services, Brad Wood and Jon Clausen

People are writing “new apps” in CF but the reality is, a lot of them are legacy apps
when you have a language that’s 20 years old, statistically a lot of the code will not be “fresh, new” code. a lot of time we have to work with an older codebase.

We want to get off of “legacy hell” but don’t know how to do it?

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.

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Into The Box Notes: ContentBox API Unleashed, Gavin Pickin

API is the big buzzword these days

can use ContentBox API to get data in/out of your site
internally in your content box app
externally
mobile app
web hooks,
etc

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Into The Box Notes: VUE more with less, John Farrar

(John did a lot of walking thru code during his preso. I eventually stopped taking notes and just watched his code. I believe the sample files will be available for download from him somewhere.)

Dont replace jquery w/ vue
they solve different problems
keep using jquery if you want

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Into The Box Notes: NGINX The past, present and future of the modern web, Kevin Jones

The Past —

got its start as a static web server and a proxy
Igor Sysoev
apache had a problem where it’d fall over after 10K requests
Igor wrote NGINX to handle proxy connections and do things in a new way.

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Into The Box Notes: Making Modules, Eric Peterson

Why use modules?

We can reuse modules, improve each other’s work

versioning
can pin to 1 version if you’re worried about a future version breaking something in your app

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Into The Box Notes: Accelerating CFML delivery with Cloud Foundry, Corby Page

(Much of this talk was watching live processes run on Corby’s machine, hence not many notes.)

Development Cycle:
requirements > code > build > deploy/operate > feedback > requirements…

when we talk to high perf software dev companies
the diff is not in the talent of the people
it’s how fast can they get around the dev cycle loop

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Into The Box Notes: Keynote

Luis Majano —

Ortus has grown. From ColdBox to “Many Boxes”.

“You’re still coding in that?!” story

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My Into The Box 2017 Schedule

This week is the Into The Box conference in Houston. Like previous years, it’s run by the fine folks at Ortus Solutions.  Unlike previous years, the conference is now in Texas, and has expanded to 2 days, plus an additional day of pre-conference training.  

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My Adobe ColdFusion Government Summit Schedule

Tomorrow morning I jump on a plane (that thankfully isn’t United, ha!) and head to the Adobe ColdFusion Government Summit. Here’s my best guess as to where you’ll be able to find me:

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