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[OpenBD] Re: Book recommendations? Aaron J. White Thu Feb 16 06:01:17 2012

Already registered for opencfsummit! However, I've never been to a
conference. How does the hackfest really work and how can I

On Feb 16, 12:17 am, "Peter J. Farrell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Aaron J. White said the following on 02/15/2012 11:16 PM:> Is this book any 
> good?
> >http://www.amazon.com/Object-Oriented-Programming-in-ColdFusion-ebook...
> I haven't read it, but I heard it's a good basic intro.
> Another option is to pitch into hackfest / open source project Enlist on
> GitHub.  It's an OOP / Mach-II / OpenBD application.  Benefit is real
> code and real people to explain a real world application instead of
> contrived examples.
> I'm writing  a How To Get Set Up to Contribute wiki article right now
> for Enlist and I can ping the list if you're interested. Or come to
> OpenCF Summit next week in Dallas - only $72 and the be part of the
> HackFest in person!
> --
> Peter J. Farrell
> OpenBD Steering Committee / Mach-II Lead Developer
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