Lately, I have been giving the "full court press" to the topic of Object Oriented Programming in ColdFusion. I like to think that I've been making a lot of great progress and have gotten a ton of really useful feedback from my readers. But, I feel like I've hit a bit of a training plateau and I need a little something something to push myself to the next level. To me, that "something" is actual training. I've really been missing that classroom setting. I miss being able to ask a question and have it instantly addressed and I miss learning from the questions that others ask that I didn't even think about. I think that kind of setting would really make the difference in my progress; I've got what I consider an OK foundational understanding right now, but it's time to mature and grow that base into actual understanding.
Last week, some of you may have seen on Twitter-BenNadel that I started looking around for continuing education classes in computer science. It was looking pretty grim, but then I came into a wonderful opportunity. I am right now headed out to a one-week computer seminar in Object Oriented Programming. I'm pretty sure that it's not ColdFusion specific, but you can bet your bottom that it'll be some good, universal information about Object Oriented Programming.
More information to come!