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I'll be speaking at 3 upcoming events, first on Tomcat then on CF and FR

I've been negligent to get a post out about this, and now the events are upon us. I'll be speaking in coming weeks at 3 events, about my favor topics: troubleshooting and monitoring, both CF/Lucee and Tomcat, as well as CF2018 hidden gems.

TomcatCon 2018

First up, in late September, I'll be presenting at Apache's TomcatCon (being held within ApacheCon North America 2018, in Montreal), where I will be speaking on Tomcat Monitoring Alternatives, Pros and Cons.

Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2018

The next week, in early October, I'll be presenting at Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2018 (in Las Vegas), where I will be presenting 3 times:

  • first as one of the day-long pre-conference workshops, mine on "Troubleshooting Common CF Challenges", on Oct 1
  • Then my "Hidden Gems in CF2018" talk on Oct 2 (which they are labeling, "Adobe ColdFusion 2018 hidden gems")
  • Finally I will be presenting most of the FusionReactor vendor demo session for Intergral (along with David Tattersall, their CEO) on Oct3

Adobe don't seem to offer a way for us to directly link to the session descriptions, but the schedule does offers a popup for each talk. Mine are listed on each day.

CFCamp 2018

Finally, a few weeks later, I will be presenting at CFCamp 2018 (in Munich), where I will again be presenting the FusionReactor vendor demo presentation for Intergral (along with David).

I have also just put in to offer my Hidden Gems in 2018 talk (the plans for me to attend on Intergral's behalf only just firmed up today, in fact, so I am not yet listed as a speaker, as of today).

So another year (and season), and another raft of conferences all bunched up together. :-) But it's always a thrill to be able to present, and catch up with old friends and make new ones. As always, I hope people will find great value in my all-new sessions for this year.

What's new in CF2018, part 2 (finding still more info and resources about CF2018)

CF2018 released: what are the key new features, and where to find more?

Adobe has released ColdFusion 2018 late last week, July 12 2018, after a several month pre-release cycle. As is often the case, info about the release (new features, pricing, etc.) is a bit spread out, so I wanted in in this post to pull that info together, after I've been reviewing it the past few days.

In particular, I want to highlight a new way (which you may have missed) where Adobe has been sharing info about the new release as a series of blog entries about each feature from CF team members. Some of these have examples (which have been missing sometimes in the past with discussions of new features). That said, and helpful though those are, there's not a single post linking to them all, so I'm offering that here in effect. There are also doc pages about each new feature, and I link to those also.

And there is still more info about the new release which is NOT covered in those blog posts (including pricing, upgrades, licensing, etc.), and I want to add those here.

Some may remember that I had done a series of posts back when CF2016 came out, and I'm condensing what I covered in a couple of those into this one. Hope it's helpful (and I will update it as I learn new information).

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