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CF United Europe

I've been invited to speak at CF United Europe to be held March 12-13 2008 in London (Novotel London West).

The official first list of speakers is posted here: http://cfunited.com/blog/index.cfm/2007/9/11/CFUnited-Europe-Speakers-Announced

Like CF United in Washington DC, CFUN Europe will be a fantastic place for CF developers to learn the nuts and bolts about building CF apps as well as learn best practices and new technologies that help us build powerful web apps quickly.

As of right now, I will be speaking on two topics: Recursive technique with CF, and Coding with XML.  Both are topics I have spoken on before, but I will be sure to introduce some new tidbits as well.

Leave comments if there is anything you would like me to add to these presentations!

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