Job Posting: Looking for CF Administration and server specialist

Hey folks, we continue to grow and expand here at CFWT.

From: ColdFusion Muse

Seeking ColdFusion Systems Administrator

— This position has been filled.

From: Chris Tierney

Start using Vue 3 in a new project right now

In this tutorial, I walk you through how to add Vue 3 to a new project.

From: Dan Vega

Start using Vue 3 in a new project right now

So you've heard of Vue 3 and you want to start playing around with it but not sure where to start.

From: Dan Vega

CodeMash 2020 Recap

A recap of the conference CodeMash 2020 as both an attendee and a speaker.

From: Dan Vega

CodeMash 2020 Recap

I'm back home after attending and speaking at my first CodeMash and I would like to tell you all about it. The highlights for me were the awesome venue, being able to take my family with me and getting to spend some time with my friend Todd who I haven't seen in awhile.

From: Dan Vega

How to hire smarter than the market: a toy model

Let's consider a toy model where you're hiring for two things and that those are equally valuable. It's not very important what those are, so let's just call them “thing A” and “thing B” for now.

From: Erik Bernhardsson

Vue3: Smaller, Faster & Stronger. CodeMash 2020

This post is a collection of resources for my presentation at CodeMash 2020.

From: Dan Vega

Happy New Releases!

Wrapping Up 2019It's been a while since I blogged about the projects I maintain so I figured New Year's Eve 2019 was a good time to provide an update!

From: Sean Corfield: An Architect's View

New Course: Up & Running with Vue.js

I released a new course on how to get up and running with Vue.js for beginners

From: Dan Vega

New Course: Up & Running with Vue.js

This is a course that I have wanted to make for a long time now and I am happy to announce that it is finally here.

From: Dan Vega

What can startups learn from Koch Industries?

I recently finished the excellent book Kochland. This isn't my first interest in Koch—I read The Science of Success by Charles Koch himself a couple of years ago. Charles Koch inherited a tiny company in 1967 and turned it into one of the world's largest ones.

From: Erik Bernhardsson

We're hiring at Better

Just a quick note that my team is always hiring at Better. A lot of new people have been joining the team here in NYC lately—the tech team has actually grown from 35 to 60 in just ~3 months.

From: Erik Bernhardsson

Spring Boot in Visual Studio Code

In this tutorial I will show you how to create a new Spring Boot application in Visual Studio Code

From: Dan Vega

Spring Boot in Visual Studio Code

I feel very lucky that I get to work with so many different programming languages & frameworks on a day to day basis. This wouldn't be as much fun if I had to bounce around using different IDE's, editors and tools.

From: Dan Vega

A Beginner's Guide to Unit Testing in Vue: Part 3

In Part 3 of this series we learn how to write unit tests in Vue by testing more complex components.

From: Dan Vega

A Beginner's Guide to Unit Testing in Vue: Part 3

This is the third and final article in the series I did for Vue Mastery. You can read all three of these articles over on Vue Mastery:

From: Dan Vega

CFCamp Notes: Lucee 5 and 6

Gert and Micha kicked off day 1 of CFCamp with several demos of new things planned for Lucee. We saw code, we heard plans. There were demos, there were jokes, and there was lots of entertainment watching people try to use a German keyboard. :)

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

Buffet lines are terrible, but let's try to improve them using computer simulations

My company has a buffet every Friday, and the lines grow to epic proportions when the food arrives. I've suspected for years that the “classic” buffet line system is a deeply flawed and inefficient method, and every time I'm stuck in the line has made me more convinced.

From: Erik Bernhardsson