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Well we haven't yet fixed a date for the next meeting but a few suggetions have been submitted informally by the people who attended the CF10 and the future meeting in January. If you have suggestions it much better than me trying to imagine what you might want. So far I have:
If you have an idea please add a comment below and I'll try to find someone to deliver it later this year.
Thursday, 24 January 2013 from 18:00 to 20:30 (GMT)
Windsor And Maidenhead, United Kingdom
After a couple of years in hiatus, I am pleased to announce the resurrection of the Thames Valley ColdFusion UserGroup (CFUG).
The meeting will play host to Rakshith Naresh, ColdFusion Product Manager, who can help you learn more about ColdFusion 10. Hear about the platform’s newest features, and the value that ColdFusion 10 can bring to your business. In addition, Rakshith will also be briefing us on future ColdFusion releases and other initiatives planned by Adobe for 2013.
To kick things back off, our first meeting will focus on ColdFusion 10, and introducing the plans that Adobe have for the platform in 2013. The meeting will take place on Thursday 24th January 2013 in a new location, the central Windsor HQ of software and service provider, Global Personals Ltd.
Global Personals are long time ColdFusion users, operating a cluster of servers based on ColdFusion and Ruby, supporting over eight million interactions every single day.
The company have previously been named fastest growing technology company in the South East (Deloitte UK Fast Tech 50), whilst B2B platform, WhiteLabelDating.com, is a multi-tenant service catering to 1,500 partners and plays home to over 7,600 sites, used by over 17 million members worldwide.
If you would like to attend the first CFUG meeting, please register at http://tvcfug-jan-2013.eventbrite.co.uk/. It would be great to see you there!
It's free to attend, however, entry cannot be guaranteed without registration, and you will not be granted access to the building.
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