ColdFusion is Delicious

coldfusion web If you haven't heard of social bookmarking go and sign up for or furl two free social bookmark web applications.

Both of these bookmark systems allow you to tag items based on any keyword.

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WebSite Ripoffs

web While reading java.blogs I found a site ( I'm not going to link to it) that looked very familiar. The site is an obvious ripoff of They even went so far as to rotate the Macromedia logo sideways to use as a bullet.

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Venkman JavaScript Debugger Firefox Extension

web I just came across a JavaScript Debugger Extension for Firefox. It's a little slow and clunky still, but it looks like it is in active development. The mozilla debugger looks much better than the Microsoft Script Debugger.

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ColdFusion's Future is Secure

coldfusion I was just reading this article on programming language success. The article shows that successful languages (C, C++, Java, UNIX) were created by someone with a beard. Languages such as: Fortran, Prologue, Ada, Smalltalk, Objective C, all had beardless creators.

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Scott Meyers: Advice to Prospective Book Authors

books Scott Meyers, author of Effective C++ has put together a guide titled: Advice to Prospective Book Authors.

It has lots of good advice for people considering writing a book.

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Heading to Orlando

coldfusion I'm heading down to Orlando, FL to speak at the MXimize Conference. I will be returning Wednesday night.

Hope to see some readers there...

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SSH for Windows

misc I was recently pointed to an OpenSSH installer for Windows. This includes both the clients (ssh, scp) and a server (ssh shell server, and scp/sftp server). It also adds the clients to your path for you so you can use them from the command line.

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Thunderbird 1.0 RC 1 is out

web On wednesday the Mozilla Group posted Thunderbird 1.0 Release Candidate 1 to their site. One thing you will notice right away is the new icons, and theme improvements.

I have been using Thunderbird since version 0.3, and I've been pretty happy with it ever since.

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did you hack my cf?