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   Doug Hughes

05/10/2005

Using Java from ColdFusion


Topic:
Drinking Cold Coffee - Learn how to use Java objects from ColdFusion. Join Doug to learn how to begin leveraging the power of Java from ColdFusion. The presentation will cover topics such as why you want to use Java from ColdFusion, how to invoke and use Java objects, some of the advantages, and some of the pitfalls, as well as their solutions. Doug will also demonstrate two CFCs which use Java. The first will be a simple component for working with Zip files (source code will be provided). The second is an advanced example, the Alagad Image Component. The Image Component is a CFC written in ColdFusion which leverages Java to provide over 60 methods for manipulating images (demo versions will be handed out).

Bio:
Doug Hughes, is the president of Alagad Inc and author of the Alagad Image Component. Alagad, which was founded in 1996, is a successful small business with clients around the world. Alagad specializes in web related services, consulting and development. Thought Alagad and other employers, Doug has spent many years "in the trenches" of web development. He has expertise in ColdFusion and many other technologies. Doug speaks at ColdFusion user groups and conferences, and frequently publishes articles on a wide range of topics on his website, DougHughes.net. His work has also been published by Macromedia on Macromedia's DevNet Resource Kits. Previously, Doug worked with multimedia programming, 3D animation, design and illustration.

Doug Hughes can be reached at dhughes (at) alagad.com.




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