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The Gist of Code Sharing - New Toronto Group

The Gist of Code Sharing

| April 17th, 2013 by Oliver Merk

Agile development teams often need to share code while in the heat of battle.At the high end of the scale, there are publicly-accessible repositories, such as GitHub. Creating a GitHub project is obviously overkill for those wishing to simply pass a few key lines of code to their buddy in the next seat.For stand-alone, runnable demo code, sites like Plunker and JSFiddle  are great. You will see references…

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Configuring ColdFusion 9.01 with IIS 7 to use a Network Share as the Webroot - New Toronto Group

Configuring ColdFusion 9.01 with IIS 7 to use a Network Share as the Webroot

| August 12th, 2011 by Rod Nolan

By Rod Nolan - Consultant and Senior Instructor Recently I was tasked with installing and configuring ColdFusion 9 in the multi-server configuration. I wanted to segregate some applications that were suffering from poor performance and occasional out of memory crashes so the idea was to to create a handful of ColdFusion instances so that the "bad" apps could crash and burn all by themselves.So here…

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