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Make Your Websites Fly! Varnish Cache

written by Geoff Bowers on Tuesday, 29 November, 2011 @ 01:26 PM

Going in circles retrofitting a legacy app with one foot nailed to the floor? Optimised the daylights out of your web app but still want that nitro boost to performance? Building a modern "HTTP Accelerator" or "Reverse Proxy" is easy. Learn the strategies you need to turbo charge your site by sweeping all the (crap code|lousy infrastructure|insert problem) under the carpet, and caching pages in front of your web site instead.

Make your websites fly!

Setting Up DropBox as a Service

written by Geoff Bowers on Tuesday, 2 August, 2011 @ 04:08 PM

We love Dropbox at Daemon. We've finally got rid of the file server in the corner and rely on the Dropbox service for all our internal storage. recently we've started building web applications that can be dynamically updated by just copying files into a Dropbox share -- clients love it! Key to this is getting Dropbox set up as a service on your server.

Exploring Selenium for automated browser testing

written by Geoff Bowers on Tuesday, 19 July, 2011 @ 05:00 PM

"Where to start?", "What are the issues", and "Main problems". I don't know if we want to continue exploring Selenium and make automated browser testing. If we do, here are some ideas to consider.

File Synching: Dropbox vs Spideroak

written by Geoff Bowers on Friday, 8 July, 2011 @ 12:09 PM

I tried SpiderOak for a while last year. While there's a lot of overlap, Dropbox and SpiderOak are different in nature: Dropbox is a simple-to-use file sync service with limited online backup features, while SpiderOak is a complete online backup service with harder-to-use file sync features.

Know Subversion? GIT or Mercurial.

written by Geoff Bowers on Wednesday, 6 July, 2011 @ 12:02 PM

There's a difference to Git and Mercurial (Hg) when it comes to training developers experienced in Subversion (SVN). The basic tools for teaching either system are the same: a system primer, and a cricket bat (or baseball bat if you prefer). However the tools are used in different ways depending on the system being taught.

ColdFusion Powers the Olympics

written by Geoff Bowers on Thursday, 18 February, 2010 @ 04:24 PM

One week in and the Winter Olympics website is running very smoothly. For the current Olympic Quad, Daemon are building all Australian Olympic Team sites on Adobe ColdFusion and FarCry CMS. Vancouver 2010's been a challenge but its great to see it all humming away in the middle of the Winter Games.

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

webdu 2010: looking for speakers

written by Geoff Bowers on Wednesday, 6 January, 2010 @ 12:02 PM

Fresh from the resounding success that was webDU 2009, we are raring to go for webDU 2010. If you have something new and revolutionary, some tricks of the trade to share, want to help your fellow developers or you're just pure passionate for web technology, don't miss your chance to take part in webDU 2010.

Geoff Bowers: webdu 2009 Keynote

FarCry Dev Camp Podcast

written by Geoff Bowers on Wednesday, 6 January, 2010 @ 11:42 AM

Mat Bryant (Lead Author) and Geoff Bowers (self-styled Benevolent Dictator) spent all of 11 November talking to a rabid audience about FarCry's past, present and future. And believe me, the future's so bright, we're all wearing shades around the office.

FarCry Dev Camp

Antipodean ColdFusion Week: FarCry DevCamp, cf.Objective ANZ

written by Geoff Bowers on Monday, 2 November, 2009 @ 08:16 PM

10-13 November 2009 is shaping up to be a week of ColdFusion in Australia; the Forta is in town, FarCry DevCamp, and cf.Objective ANZ conference. Antipodean ColdFusion renaissance or what!?

ColdFusion Week, Melbourne

OZIA 2009: Short Talk Notes

written by Geoff Bowers on Friday, 16 October, 2009 @ 06:58 PM

Gave two short talks at OZIA 2009 this year; UNSWTV: Publishing Everywhere at Once & Content Objects. The presentations might be a little obtuse in isolation but happy to answer comments if folks have questions.

OZIA Sketchnote: UNSWTV
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