You can learn more about that and the previous ones and find their recordings at fusion-reactor.com/webinars. I also list all the webinars below, with links to each webinar's page with its recording.
(Note that sometimes the description offered on the main webinars page is a truncated variant, but click on the session link there or my links below which take you to the recording and the full description.)
Of course you'll find future webinars on the FR webinars page as their dates are posted, and you can register for them then (all free). By attending live of course you can ask questions as we go.
Some of the webinars are geared more toward folks who've been using FR (though maybe not to its maximum potential) though I try to make even them accessible to newcomers, while others are more well-suited to newcomers. (To be clear, I don't work for the company that makes the product, but I've been a huge fan for over 10 years.)
The good news is that there are at least two easy ways that you may well still be able to see that content you may be missing: the Google cache (to at least see the last version which Google may have cached), and the internet archive "wayback machine", which often lets you see YEARS back in the history of a page or entire site, including one that may be long-gone.
In this post I share tips (and gotchas) on using both tools.
They aren't GUARANTEED to have the page you're looking for, but I find that they do about 99% of the time I try them (and I use them a lot, because I'm often mining gold in old blog posts or articles which have gone away across many sites I have visited).
[Updated June 9 in a variety of ways, mostly minor, but with some additions in the "trip down memory lane" discussion.)
I offer below first the events at which I'll be speaking, and then the preso titles and descriptions for any readers interested. (As an update, I was informed on 5/16/17 that I'd been selected to speak at NCDevCon. While it's not in "spring/summer" per the subject above, I've added it to the info below.)
Dates announced for all six remaining ColdFusion/CFML conferences, and more Adobe CF Roadshow events
I had posted last month about the upcoming CF/CFML-related conferences and some other events which had BY THEN announced their dates (3 of them). I mentioned the other 3 that would typically happen, and indeed since then, those 3 have also announced their dates. And Adobe has announced still more CF Roadshow events.
So here's all the current detail on all 6 remaining CF/CFML conferences (their name, description, date, location, link, and info on call for speakers).
So here I present what I feel are the 100 (technically, 105) most interesting/useful posts made there over the past 3 years (2014-16), offering information about CF and CFML which should be valuable to readers for years to come.