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Come see my webinar at 2p ET today, "Differences Between CF Enterprise and Standard", via carahsoft

I'll be presenting my talk, "Differences Between ColdFusion Enterprise and Standard: More than you may think" online today (Oct 21, 2020) at 2pm Eastern. Just thought I'd share a heads-up here about that, which is being offered via Carahsoft's Adobe webinar series.

Sorry that I didn't post this sooner. (I'm just not great at promoting my talks: I forgot to mention here when I gave the talk on the online CFMeetup back in Sept--and this one today will be a slightly updated version.)

Anyone can register to attend the session, and I hope you will. You may be surprised to learn a few things.

Here's the description as offered on that Carahsoft site (and see below that on how "I am not Carahsoft"):

Most people know that there are two editions of Adobe ColdFusion (CF): Enterprise and Standard. If pressed, though, most may not be able to name more than a few differences between them when in actuality, there are a couple of dozen. If you are looking for enhanced performance, functionality, or infrastructure support features, upgrading to CF Enterprise will be well worth it.

Join our complimentary webinar as veteran server troubleshooter Charlie Arehart walks through the many differences between Adobe CF Enterprise and CF Standard. Specifically, this session will cover:

  • An overview of the functionalities of CF Standard and CF Enterprise
  • Which CF version best fits your organization's needs
  • How to save money using CF Enterprise

Oh, and to be clear: I'm NOT Carahsoft

Finally, please note that despite the similarity of our names, there's no connection between me and Carahsoft other than that I speak occasionally on their CF webinars.

I have had some people reach out to me commenting on some aspect of their own interactions with Carahsoft, whether about their services, their marketing, etc.

To be clear, Carahsoft is a large government IT solutions provider headquartered in Virginia. I am not.

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