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Presenting at MAXUP in Vegas Today

Today I will be doing a short 15 minute ColdFusion presentation at MAXUP in Las Vegas, NV. MAXUP is a free mini-conference put on by Adobe within the larger Adobe MAX conference.
My topic is Processing Dynamic Forms with ColdFusion and is geared towards entry to mid-level ColdFusion developers. I show off code that I wrote for creating forms that can handle processing data that updates multiple records in a database in a single swoop.
It might be something that a lot of ColdFusion programmers have overcome with experience, but I am trying to help out those that haven't gotten there yet.
The source code is available here: MAXUP2006-CF-dynamic-forms.zip
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Sunday, October 29th 2006
Hey Erik,

Good to see you in Vegas! FYI, I snapped a picture of your presentation:



PS - Hope the description does it justice.

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