Ben Nadel
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I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Free Pizza At The New York ColdFusion Users Group Tomorrow

By Ben Nadel on
Tags: ColdFusion, Work

Hey all, I am sponsoring this month's NY CFUG meeting. That is a fancy way of saying that I am paying for the pizza... which translates to FREE PIZZA for YOU! Why don't you come on down, have a slice or two, and learn some cool stuff. This month's main topic is about Demystifying Linux /UNIX for the Coldfusion Developer and is being presented by Jim Cassata. In addition to that, I am sure we can get some excellent conversations going about anything web development related.

For those of you not familiar with the NY CFUG, here is a photo from the last meeting:


Hooters Girls At ColdFusion User Group  

Note: The above picture is a dramatization of the user group experience and was most definitely NOT taken at last week's CFUG meeting. Furthermore, it does not in any way reflect activities that took place at the last CFUG meeting or at any other CFUG meetings for that matter. Hooters is in no way connected to CFUG or to ColdFusion and none of the Hooters girls will ever attend our meetings.

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I wish I was remotely close to NY so I would be able to come. Anyways have fun and learn alot

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Heh, heh. Nice girls. Do they know what is Linux? :) Sad, but I live in other country. Write a review, when you're done

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CJ, You are close to the Cleveland ColdFusion Users group. You should come up for a meeting. May 9th is the big Ben Forta Visit! Sorry for the ad Ben, just wanted to inform CJ of our cfug.

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