We just posted the *almost* complete list of sessions available for ColdFusion Summit October 10th and 11th.  There will be a total of 40 different sessions over the two day conference.   

This year's content will be different than previous years, as we have a large number of customer showcase sessions that are focused on real-world implementations of ColdFusion on various technology topics.  We're really excited to offer these, and encourage you to take a look at the descriptions for more information.  

Please see the session listing at the ColdFusion Summit website here: https://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/schedule/sessions/ for a list of the sessions and register ASAP!

In addition, though the API workshop is still open we will be closing it so if you have any interest in learning more about how to implement APIs in your organization you still have some time to register for that workshop.    

  

8 Comments to “Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2016 Sessions Posted!”

  1. Shawn
    hmmmm, I like the diversity in session options this time around. To be honest I was planning on skipping this one because many of the offerings in past years were repeating, but I might try to make this one after all if the scheduling works out.
  2. RC
    Sorry to report this here, but you don't have a contact link. Your main page is broken - there is a large image overlaying the content in both Chrome and Mozilla. It is hiding blog posts.
  3. Elishia
    Yes, we're still working on the site so we'll try to get this resolved asap.
  4. PT
    And Edge, IE, Opera...
  5. Suresh
    The blog is fixed . Sorry about the trouble .We made some changes to make the blog mobile friendly and some bug crept in which caused this issue . Thanks for reporting you can now read and comment on the blog using your mobile as well .
  6. Roland (RC)
    FWIW, I think the new blog looks great - a huge improvement over the old one! Thanks for continuing to move forward.
  7. Shawn
    Blog still is getting cut off in IPAD horizontal display.
  8. Elishia
    Thanks Roland, credits go to Suresh and engineering team for the refresh effort.

    @Shawn - thanks for letting us know, we'll have that fixed soon as well.

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