SCFUG Meeting: Virtual Machines and the Development Cycle.

The Scottish ColdFusion User Group Meeting is coming up at the end of this month.

On Thursday 28th of September Kev McCabe will be giving us a presentation on the benefits of Virtual Machines in the development cycle.

Kev will be presenting from the BSkyB offices in London, where UKCFUG and Thames Valley UG members will be able to attend, but will also be presenting live via Breeze.Presentation
With Virtual Machine Software costing so little its time for all development houses large and small to utilise the benefits of virtualisation. The presentation will cover how and why to use virtual machines, for both Client and Server side. From testing your application and websites from a user point of view to Separate Environments for Development, Staging, User Acceptance Testing & Production

Date & Time
Thursday 28th September at 20:00 BST (19:00 GMT)

Breeze Details
Breeze Presentation Login
Access to breeze will be available approximately 30 minutes before the presentation begins. Please send me an email if you think you will be attending the breeze presentation so that I have an idea of numbers (take the _NOSPAM out of the address)

Location
123 Buckingham Palace Road
2nd Floor
London
SW1W 9SL

Map

Victoria Tube Station is 2 minutes away, come out of the station turn left and head towards Victoria coach station we are on the left just before it.

About Kev McCabe
Kev McCabe is a Senior Software Engineer at British Sky Broadcasting. He has been working with ColdFusion since 1996 (Version 2)

He has been at BSkyB since October 1999 and has worked on a number of high profile projects including:

  • Sky Sports Football Active
  • Ryder Cup Interactive
  • Champions League Interactive
  • Sky Movies Active
  • Sky News Active 2005

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Folks, was this breeze presentation recorded? I'd certainly look forward to seeing it. :-)

If so, would you consider adding that URL to the UGTV list, at http://www.carehart.org/ugtv/?
# Posted By Charlie Arehart | 3/13/08 9:39 PM