- Fig Leaf SoftwareCTO, present
Recognized as an expert in the ColdFusion community, Dave has been developing browser-based applications with ColdFusion since version 1.5. He coauthored the best-selling ColdFusion book, The ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit, first and second editions with Steve Drucker and Ben Forta. Along with Steve Drucker, Dave co-founded the first ColdFusion Users’ Group in Washington, DC. He has been the most prolific poster on the CF-Talk mailing list for several years, having answered several thousand questions on ColdFusion and related topics. He regularly speaks at industry events, such as Adobe MAX, and writes articles for various trade publications. As one of the first Macromedia-certified instructors, Dave combines exceptional teaching with course development. He received a perfect score on his ColdFusion MX Certification, and regularly pursues new certifications in other areas of interest.
When not developing or teaching for Fig Leaf Software, Dave enjoys playing with new gadgets and technologies. In addition, he serves as an expert witness on IT and internet issues in civil court systems in several states.
- University of Maryland, College Park
"There can be only one."
After many years, Google has finally provided controls to enforce chat history settings! This is a big deal for Google Apps in organizations that have to conform to compliance regulations.
One of our Apps customers, the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls, SD, will present their experience transitioning to Apps.
The conference is in Alexandria, Louisiana, on 17-19 June.
A few days ago, an update started installing, and got screwed up without a way to cancel or roll back. Suggested fix: wait for the battery to run out. That's ... not great.
I'm very impressed by the battery life on the Nexus 6, though! It seems to be able to go a couple of days without a charge, much better than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 I just replaced.
On the bright side, I wasn't shot by a racist while just beginning to enjoy my first evening after five long miserable years, so I can't really complain.
We live in wondrous times.
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