Some of Our Partners!

Hey guys, I want to give a big shout out to my friends at Williams & Javellana. They've saved my friends and I's bacon more times than I can count, and they're part of the reason I have such an interest in law now.

Everyone needs the services of an attorney. I live in Cali and was having some issues, so I needed a Chico divorce lawyer. Williams was there for me! Give them a call!

If you want to host your own devcamp, email me at sid.maestre [at] designovermatter [dot] com

| Posted by Sid Maestre on 10/21/2015 at 12:41 PM |

Taking ColdFusion in a New Direction!

Hey all! Sid Maestre here! Sorry for the LONG hiatus. Life has been a bit crazy the last couple years and lost interest in the site for a while.

Speaking of which, I wanted to address the site. I've decided to take the site in a NEW direction. I have recently taken an interest in the world of law and wanted to see a beautiful marriage of my two passions; software development and the world of law.

If law doesn't interest you, don't fret. There's still plenty of software advice and planning I have in store.

If you want to host your own devcamp, email me at sid.maestre [at] designovermatter [dot] com

| Posted by Sid Maestre on 10/14/2015 at 6:33 PM |

Next camp in Phoenix Nov 13th

Alan Rother is organizing the next ColdFusion Devcamp near Phoenix, AZ on November 13, 2010

If you want to host your own devcamp, email me at sid.maestre [at] designovermatter [dot] com

| Posted by Sid Maestre on 10/24/2010 at 2:53 PM |

Removing our Twitter Account

Were sorry to say that we are no longer maintaining our twitter account. We'd much rather focus on our site rather than distract ourselves with another social media site. We thank you for understanding and hope you'll stick with our site!

If you want to host your own devcamp, email me at sid.maestre [at] designovermatter [dot] com

This post was brought to you by Allan Zhang and Jim Edlin

| Posted by Sid Maestre on 06/06/2010 at 1:13 PM |

How to host your own ColdFusion Devcamp

The Fusion Authority published an article I wrote on how to host your own ColdFusion Devcamp. If you go to Adobe's Website and search Fusion Authority, you shouldn't have any problems finding it. Enjoy!

| Posted by Sid Maestre on 12/09/2009 at 2:26 PM |