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CBDW Featured Session: MultiLingual (i18N) Solutions in ColdBox Platform

ColdBox, ColdBox Developer Week, ColdFusion
There's only 1 week left before ColdBox Developer Week and the featured session this week is "MultiLingual (i18N) Solutions in ColdBox Platform" by Oğuz Demirkapı on July 24th. Read more about this featured session on the ColdBox Blog.
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CBDW Featured Session: Seamless ColdBox-Powered Rich Internet Applications

ColdBox, ColdBox Developer Week, ColdFusion
There's 2 weeks left before ColdBox Developer Week and the featured session this week is "Seamless ColdBox-Powered Rich Internet Applications" by Phill Nacelli on July 26th. Read more about this featured session on the ColdBox Blog.
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Take A Quick ColdBox Survey, Win An iPod Shuffle

ColdBox, ColdFusion, General, LogBox, WireBox
If you currently use (or recently used) ColdBox, we want to know your thoughts. Take our quick, anonymous survey to tell us what you like or dislike about ColdBox and we'll put your name in for a drawing to win your choice of either an iPod Shuffle or a 1 hour consultancy with the creator of ColdBox, Luis Majano. http://blog.coldbox.org/blog/why-do-you-use-coldbox
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I'm The New ColdBox Platform Evangelist!

ColdBox, ColdFusion, General, LogBox, MVC, WireBox
I've been working with Luis and the rest of the ColdBox team for several years now. I was excited when Luis asked me to become a ColdBox team member last year, and now I have the privilege to bear the responsibility of the first ever ColdBox Platform Evangelist.
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How To Ignore Whitespace in GitHub Unified Diff

General, GitHub
I just ran across this little gem and wanted to throw it out there for anyone else who uses GitHub. If you're ever viewing a unified diff like the kind that shows up at the bottom of a commit list, you might find it annoying if there were a bunch of whitespace changes (like tabs and such) that are cluttering the diff.
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Getting Inherited CFC MetaData

ColdBox, ColdFusion, WireBox
ColdFusion's getMetaData function is a very handy way to introspect the functions, properties, and annotations of a component in an easy-to-digest format of arrays and structs. ColdFusion even nests structs to represent the metadata of the classes your component extends as well. Recently, for an enhancement I was building for WireBox, the DI/AOP framework inside ColdBox, I wanted to be able to condense all the metadata down for the component in question as well as all the components it inherits from to a single list of functions, properties, and annotations. After a short bit of Googling, I didn't find any code that did that so I decided it was a perfect opportunity to write a function that did just that.
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Coder's Revolution Now Powered By Railo 3.3.1

Well, I've done it. After all those years of threatening to get of my duff and do it, I've finally dragged my personal site and blog out of the dark, shameful hole of ColdFusion MX7 (shudder) to the bleeding edge Utopian glory of Railo 3.3.1.
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Error installing ColdFusion Builder 2 HotFix 1

ColdFusion, ColdFusion Builder
So, downloaded HotFix 1 for ColdFusion Builder 2 just now and tried to install it on my Windows 7 machine. InstallAnywhere started up, but then gave me the following error:
"Unable to execute the desired program.
Please get another copy of the installer and try again.
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ColdBox Connection Today On WireBox 3.1 And AOP

ColdBox, ColdFusion, General, WireBox
Just a quick reminder that the latest ColdBox Connection starts at Noon Central today. Luis will be talking about the new features of WireBox 3.1 which was just released as well as an in-depth explanation of of the new AOP implementation. AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) is seriously cool stuff, so put your thinking caps on and come learn. You can't beat free ColdBox training! You'll find the meeting here:
http://experts.adobeconnect.com/coldbox-connection/ Update:
Here is the recording URL of the meeting:
http://experts.adobeconnect.com/p1vqmd7hiy1/
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Google and Les Paul

General, Google
If you haven't seen it, Google's homepage has a very cool tribute to Les Paul. It's a live strum-able guitar. Below are some hints on how to use it for the less musical ones among us along with some recordings of mine.
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