Building AWS Lambda Functions with Java: An Introduction to the AWS Lambda Core Java Library

In this tutorial, we are continuing our journey to build AWS Lambda functions in Java. Previously, we looked at the quintessential "Hello World" example - how to create our first serverless function using Java. If you missed it, you can find the previous tutorial here.

From: Dan Vega

Building AWS Lambda Functions with Java: An Introduction to the AWS Lambda Core Java Library

In this tutorial you will learn how to build AWS Lambda functions with Java using the AWS Lambda Core Java Library.

From: Dan Vega

On ColdFusion, XXE, and other XML Attacks

An IntroductionThis is the first of what may become a few blog posts based on my CFSummit 2022 talk.

From: Hoya Haxa - A Security Research Blog

AWS Lambda Java: How to create your first AWS Lambda Function in Java

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a simple AWS Lambda function using Java.

From: Dan Vega

AWS Lambda Java: How to create your first AWS Lambda Function in Java

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a simple AWS Lambda function using Java.

From: Dan Vega

How do I Publish my own Docker Image?

In the initial rendition of the LearnWith book series, I gave instructions on how to create a database and populate it with SQL, but left no instructions or details on how to set up or install a DB Server from scratch.

From: Jeffry Houser's Blog

deps.edn and monorepos IX (Polylith)

This is part of an ongoing series of blog posts about our ever-evolving use of the Clojure CLI, deps.edn, and Polylith, with our monorepo at World Singles Networks.

From: Sean Corfield: An Architect's View

Free ColdBox Training For The Rest Of 2022

CFML developers that still say "I don't know how to use ColdBox", your excuses are now officially invalid. ;) The ColdBox Master Class video training series that I produced for Ortus Solutions is FREE for the rest of the year!

From: South of Shasta: Software Development, Web Design, Training

Restoring the CF Admin logviewer removed in Oct 2022 CF updates, at your own risk

As of the Oct 2022 CF updates (CF2021 update 5 and CF2018 update 15), Adobe has chosen to remove the CF Admin feature to view, search, download, and delete CF logs, due to asserted (but as-yet undocumented) security concerns.

From: Charlie Arehart - Server Troubleshooting

OpenSSL and ColdFusion / Lucee / Tomcat

I've had a several people asking me about the openssl vulnerabilities that were patched this week: CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786 aka Spooky SSL.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

OpenSSL and ColdFusion / Lucee / Tomcat

I've had a several people asking me about the openssl vulnerabilities that were patched this week: CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786 aka Spooky SSL.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

ColdFusion Security Training Class December 2022

Early bird registration is open for my ColdFusion Security Training deep dive class in December.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

ColdFusion Security Training Class December 2022

Early bird registration is open for my ColdFusion Security Training deep dive class in December.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

Special offer: upgrade to ColdFusion 2021 from CF2016 or earlier, saving perhaps thousands of $$

If you're running CF2016 or earlier, now's your chance (though the end of the year Feb 28, 2023) to save potentially thousands of dollars in upgrading to the latest current version, CF2021.

From: Charlie Arehart - Server Troubleshooting

How to solve "Failed Signature verification", for downloads of ColdFusion updates--since Oct 2022

If you try to download a CF update using the ColdFusion Administrator AND you get an error, "error occurred while installing the update: Failed Signature Verification", there are both a couple of possible explanations (one of them new), both with fairly simple solutions. [More]

From: Charlie Arehart - Server Troubleshooting

Social Media Revisited

About a year I posted that I had deleted both my Twitter and Facebook accounts.

From: Sean Corfield: An Architect's View

Why would I use an underscore as an argument to an arrow function?

{ // do stuff } This is weird syntax; what does it mean? First, you can create an arrow function in a few different ways.

From: Jeffry Houser's Blog

How Long Has Your ColdFusion Server Been Running?

Someone asked on the CFML slack recently how can you find out how long your ColdFusion (or Lucee) server has been running via code.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

How Long Has Your ColdFusion Server Been Running?

Someone asked on the CFML slack recently how can you find out how long your ColdFusion (or Lucee) server has been running via code.

From: Pete Freitag's Homepage

New updates released for Java 8, 11, 17, and 19 as of Oct 18 2022

Here's a heads-up that some will want to hear about: there are new JVM updates released today (Oct 18, 2022) for the current long-term support (LTS) releases of Oracle Java, 8, 11, and 17, as well as the new interim update 19.

From: Charlie Arehart - Server Troubleshooting