Drag and Drop Multi File Upload with ColdFusion

My cousin Winston Yee (@winston_yee) hit me up the other day for a file uploader that was able to pause mid-upload, assuming the user was interrupted, and then resume where it left off.  I remembered reading something recenctly in @Appliness on my iPad about a JavaScript drag/drop file upload, so I pointed him at that.  As it turns out, that wasn't what he was looking for, but I thought I'd write a quick blog post about it anyway, because I think it's cool.  Sorry to let you down again, Winston ;)

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Slides and notes from my CFObjective(ANZ) presentation

Here are the slides and some additional info from my CFOANZ presentation:

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Beginning with Jenkins and ColdFusion Part 2

It's been a couple months now that I blogged about getting started with Jenkins and ColdFusion, so I wanted to make a point of writing a follow-up. Automation is going to save me a lot of time, so it's time to get cracking!  

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Beginning with Jenkins and ColdFusion

Last night at the Seattle CFUG meeting, Matt Woodward and Nick Harvey introduced us to Jenkins.  Jenkins is what's called a continuous integration application.  Here's an overview of how it works:

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Chrome and Spool

A couple months ago I made the switch from using Firefox to Chrome.  It's taken some getting used to, but overall I've found the two comparable, although Chrome's developer tools are ususally more intuitive for me, and I think they are more comprehensive as well.  I also love the Chrome store.  There are thousands of apps and plugins you can install with Chrome, and I actually plan on blogging a bit more about that soon.  In day-to-day use, one of the plugins I missed  from Firefox was Download Helper

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