2007 Updated XMP Toolkit Posted On Labs
Another Labs release, this time an update to the XMP Toolkit. XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform) is a labeling technology used to embed metadata within media files. The XMP Toolkit allows developers to programmatically access metadata in AVI, EPS, INDD, JPEG, MOV, MP3, MPEG, PNG, PS, PSD, TIFF, and WAV files. The update to XMP Toolkit 4.1 adds Java support (among other things) which means that the toolkit can be used within ColdFusion applications.
2007 Flash Player 9 For Solaris On Labs
Subject says it all, the pre-release version of Flash Player 9 for Solaris (both Sparc and x86 systems) has been posted to Labs.
2007 Countdown To Spring <br />
Spring <br /> is next week, and it's not too late to sign up. Once again they've lined up top-notch speakers including fellow Adobians John Cummings and Kevin Hoyt, as well as Phillip Kerman, Rob Gonda, Joseph Lowery, Steve Drucker, Dan Switzer, and many other well known names. It's been a few years since I last made it down to Athens OH, but I'll be there this year, presenting both a keynote and a lunch time presentation. Topics to be covered during this one day conference include ColdFusion, Flash, Flex, Apollo, Ajax, and more. You get 7 tracks, close to 40 sessions (including 3 hands-on sessions), lunch included - and all for $35 (or less)! That's one heck of a deal, and there is still some space left. I hope to see you there!
2007 Positions In CA, NY, and Munich
Several ColdFusion positions to post this week, including one in Germany:
- REOTrans, LLC (Hawthorne, CA) is looking for a full-time ColdFusion developer. Requirements include 3+ years as a Senior Developer coding high traffic, mission critical, ColdFusion applications in a code managed development environment with process release management in place, strong MS SQL database skills. Preference for those that also possess XML, Web Services, and PDF Form experience. Contact email@example.com.
- CUnet, LLC (Rochester, NY) is looking for four mid-level ColdFusion developers, and a senior ColdFusion architect type. Lots of details posted on Tracy Logan's blog.