A quick follow up to the part 1 of caching queries in Ehcache with ColdFusion. In ColdFusion 9, we were forced to work the long way of figuring out if a query object was in the cache and if it wasn’t then to use cachePut() and insert it. With ColdFusion 10, we’ve got some improved […]
I’ve been spending a lot of time trying to figure out where I can improve the overall speed of web pages and websites in general and it’s come to my attention, that a lot of ColdFusion developers have not worked with some of the new caching capabilities available to us. I believe most of the […]
At a previous job I was trying to help a fellow developer out with what they were trying to accomplish and in doing so, I came up with what you’re going to see below. Just as a note, they never ended up needing this at all ^_^! So what’s this post about? Well, I’m going […]
It’s been way too long since I’ve last posted anything on development! While recently being laid off, it’s allowed me to really think about where I am and what I’m doing now. It seems I’ve lost touch with a lot of the things I’ve wanted to accomplish and I’m going to try and get myself […]
Allow me to rant a little about a topic that is very dear to me. Being young, diligent, and poor. One specific post by Salary.com recently fueled my interest to blog about this and below you’ll see what I mean There’s something this is lacking.. Maybe it’s that our generation is more reluctant and independent? […]
Michael Stone is a young and successful web developer living in South Jersey. Originally from the scenic Upstate New York, he has a passion for nature and all things it has to offer.
When he isn't out venturing into new locations, he's usually found inside working on various projects that incorporate ColdFusion, jQuery, CSS and often times PHP.
Another love of his is helping individuals in any way he can. He dreams of becoming a college professor and enlightening young minds. He has an uncanny discipline when it comes to work and it's allowed him to grow exponentially, not only as a developer, but as a hopeful future manager.