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11-11-2008 @ 6:31 PM
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Where did you get the books from? Care to share?

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01-14-2009 @ 5:56 AM
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Hi Pablo - got them via ny city library... they have a digital media download area.
it's been so long i don't even remember reading the books i posted about, but the library is where i have been dowloading from the most - it's free.

was reading the post again trying to remember what i was writing about... i was looking for a framework - after all the looking, i remember using Raymond Camden's <CFLAYOUT> code to just make an on the fly template engine that could easily be swapped out if i wanted to change my theme.
the programatic pieces i just built and snapped in.
good trip down memory lane Smile

Success is the ablity to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
-Sir Winston Churchill

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08-17-2010 @ 3:55 PM
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I build OO apps in Coldfusion.
I have written my own OO framework which has helped me to understand OO in CF.
Basically throw out what you have learned in CF and start again, OK a little rash i know but you have to re-think how you access your query data, passing objects around instead of query values is the way to go.
I am totally hooked on OO in Coldfusion, its very powerful and very fast, loading your objects into memory on application start and calling them wherever needed has increased my applications speed by at least 40%. I use the same framework for small and large Enterprise apps.Its very scalable and future proof. I'm thinking on writing up a tut for the way i do things.

Anyway OO cf rocks !

-JM

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