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Episode 1.8 - Who is Emily Litella?

Episode 1.8 - Who is Emily Litella?

Featuring: Josh Adams, Charlie Arehart, John Mason, Cheyenne Throckmorton and Kevin Hellriegel

In this episode, we take time to discuss various news items in the world of ColdFusion development. We talk about the new Amazon Relational Database Service and also a recent Wall Street Journal report on Chinese Cyberspying. Charlie does a really bad Emily Litella impersonation, and we say so long to Tim Buntel.

This recording was made on November 4, 2009

Size: 38.2 MB
Length: 1:23

Our first computers

Magnavox Odyssey Gaming System


Apple II Series

Macintosh 512K

Show Notes:

Charlie Arehart's "Hidden Gems in CFBuilder"

Southeast User Group Leadership Summit (link is deactive now)

CFinNC Conference review

Free Flex training for ColdFusion developers



cfObjective - Australia

RIAdventure 360

Flex 4 SDK beta 2 is out

Best of CF9 Contest - ends November 30 at 11:59PM CST

Pete Freitag has launched

DNSReport (DNS Stuff)

Please Do Not Enable The Killing Of Threads In A Server Monitor

John Mason's Twitter Lists redesign took 3 years

New Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)
This is a fork of the popular MySQL database just like

ColdFusion 9 EULA changes

Drizzle, another fork of MySQL

Oracle buyout of Sun/MySQL

Josh Adam's iPhone Development slides and notes

iPhone upgrades errors and resolutions

Finding text on Safari on the iPhone

Windows 7 Review

Ubuntu - Linux OS

China Expands Cyberspying in the US
We lose $50 billion a year in Chinese cyberspying

Who is Emily Litella?

California Breach notification law vetoed
Since the 2002 law - nearly 340 million breached records have been counted by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

ColdFusion 9

International Mohawk Day - Nov 15th

Tim Buntel leaving Adobe


Posted on: Nov 5, 2009