My DZone Interview With Dan Wilson: Creating Software Simulations Using Interface-Driven Architecture
Posted February 12, 2010 at 2:00 PM by Ben Nadel
When I was down at the CFinNC ColdFusion and FLEX conference, I had the wonderful opportunity to speak with Dan Wilson at the DZone offices. We got to talk about building rich internet applications (RIA) using design processes like Interface-Driven Architecture and web technologies like jQuery and ColdFusion. I had a lot of fun doing this and I hope that you might enjoy watching it.
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Special thanks to Dan Wilson, not only for organizing the fabulous CFinNC conference but also for giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts on designing rich, compelling business software.
- Wanted: Full-Time ColdFusion Developer at Intoria Internet Architects
- Cold Fusion Senior Developer at Edge Information Management
- Back-End Web Developer-Information Technologist at Michigan State University
- ColdFusion Developer at Nonfat Media
- Mid-to-Senior Level Web Application Developer at SiteVision, Inc.
Somehow it is just now dawning on me that you came all the way to NC and I didn't get the requisite 'photo with Ben'... :(
I guess you'll just have to have another CFinNC conference :)
Great interview Ben.
But bad volume level of Dan's guests always makes me irritated :(
What do you mean? You mean Dan's voice sounds louder than mine?
Yes, I watched recently his interviews with Adam Lehman and Simon Free, they also sounded really quiet...
I didnt have a porblem - but I think you're problem is your speakers - prob not in stereo.
In the interview, Dan comes out the left, and Ben comes out the right (mostly).
So maybe your balance is out?
...or maybe it's just Dan's sweatshirt is so bad, that is the cause for your problem. And everything bad. Ever.
Nice Interview Ben.
BTW -- I'm starting to really enjoy using jQuery I was scared at first to learn it, but realized how much time and money it would save me in the end. I looked at the project mentioned. Good Job, looks great Ben keep up the good work.
Once you get into jQuery, it will really blow your mind :) I'm glad you took the plunge.
Nice interview. Looks like you guys had a great time down there.