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I'll be speaking on the CFMeetup this week, doing a CF911 talk

Note: This blog post is from 2010. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.
Just a heads up: I'll be speaking on the CFMeetup this week, presenting a new talk, "CF911: ColdFusion Tools for When the Stuff Hits the Fan".

While you can find the details (and optional RSVP info) on the meetup event page, I'll repeat the description to save you having to go there:

If you run a production CF server, you've likely hit a situation where the server seems to hang up. Do you know why it's happened? How to troubleshoot it? It may not be CF's fault at all, though it tends to get the blame. In this presentation, I'll point out a few tools (some free, some commercial, some built-in and some third-party) which you ought to know about when the stuff hits the fan. With the right tools and just a little understanding, you can be a CF troubleshooting superhero.

I'll be presenting in the noon (US Eastern Time) slot, this coming Thursday, Feb 18.

Of course, some of the concepts will apply as well to those using Railo, BlueDragon, etc. This is an expansion of an article of the same name that I did in the latest issue of the FusionAuthority Quarterly Update. (BTW, the magazine has converted to an online-only (though still subscription-based) format.)

Happy to help

This is part of my ongoing focus in recent years on CF server troubleshooting, to go along with the various articles, presentations, blog entries, tweets, and many mailing lists I contribute to.

I'll add also that if you ever find yourself in need of assistance, and have exhausted your review of the many resources on my site and elsewhere (or don't have time), I am available for direct, remote, short-term assistance. More at carehart.org/consulting/. I love helping solve problems and can generally do it very quickly.

That said, the talk is definitely NOT a sales pitch for my services. Like most of my site, the information in the talk is provided freely to those who like to "do it themselves".

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