Thursday, October 25, 2012

Code Review Best Practices - Live Code Reviews

Most of the time, I prefer using tools like Crucible for conducting code reviews because they allow you to think through the code on your own time, at your own desk. You can read a chunk of code, think about it, scroll around the file, and if you're so inclined, comment on it. And the next person can do the same.

But there are times when a code review needs to be done in person. Maybe you don't have code review software, or maybe the code change is urgent. For those cases,

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Is ColdFusion an Object-Oriented Language?

ColdFusion's been around for a long time now. Having over a dozen years of CF development under my belt, I suppose I'm a bit of a veteran, and I've seen it through a number of significant milestones. One question that I hear from time to time is this: "Is ColdFusion an Object-Oriented Language?"

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

When work follows you on vacation

So, last week my wife and I went to the beach for a week of vacation and fun in the sun. Hundreds of miles away, after half an hour of a bike ride, and at the very end of a half-mile long pier, I saw the "CF+JS" etched into the wood railing.

ColdFusion and JavaScript apparently follow me everywhere!

(But seriously, I actually did some hobby coding while I was on vacation. After all, it wouldn't be much of a vacation if I didn't get to relax and write some code...)

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