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Meet the Designer

Hi. I’m Rob, the main designer at Corporate Zen. I designed most of the websites featured on our portfolio page. I also designed the site you’re looking at now. I was asked to create this post to provide a little background about me, my process, and my design philosophy. Here goes. How I Became A […]

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WordPress Theme Development

Do you want to enter the world of WordPress theme and plugin development? Are you thinking of designing or building a theme or plugin from scratch? We have done both free to use, open-source projects, as well as projects built for large scale markets such as Mojo Marketplace. Designing and building WordPress themes and plugins […]

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Get memory heap and non heap usage on Railo

To get the Memory usage on Railo (heap and non-heap), you can use the getMemoryUsage() function, like so: <cfdump var=’#getmemoryUsage(‘heap’)#’> <cfdump var=’#getmemoryUsage(“non_heap”)#’> Pretty simple.  But something that isn’t well documented.  I hope this helps someone! -Scott

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Restore InnoDB MySQL Database from .frm/ibdata1 files in Ubuntu 12.04

One of our  LAMP test servers recently crashed and luckily we were able to salvage the hard disk drive from that server.  Restoring the PHP web files from that box was easy, as you can imagine.  We struggled to restore the databases though because we didn’t have export files like we were used to.  Keep […]

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Web Development Group, Corporate Zen, Rebrands Website

Corporate Zen is a website development firm that has serviced the Washington, DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia area since 1998. Recently, Corporate Zen has rebranded, developing a new logo and launching a new website. Corporate Zen’s new website development showcases our commitment to excellence in Web Development and Web Design, highlighting our eagerness to grow […]

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ColdFusion CacheGet Variable Does Not Exist Gotcha

I am using Railo and EHCache to cache an array of 300,000 items from a database that need to be updated every 30 minutes.  So, naturally, I use the CacheGet() and CachePut() functions. Here’s my code, really simple: <cfset cachedURLList = cacheGet(“URLList”)> Every few minutes I would get an error report from our server….”variable [CACHEDURLLIST] doesn’t exist”. […]

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Updating the Solr Engine in ColdFusion

I’m following up on my CFSummit 2013 blog post, a few people have asked me about this, so I wanted to make a page dedicated to this topic. ColdFusion 10 ships with Solr version 3.4 (Solr Specification Version: 3.4.0.2012.02.02.15.09.05 ).  It looks like they got the source code from the git repository on February 2nd, […]

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My ColdFusion Summit 2013 Experience

So I went to my first developer conference last week, the Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2013 hosted by Adobe at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  It was my first time meeting a lot of people in the community. The keynotes were great, they really got me excited for ColdFusion Splendor, which should […]

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Railo and the Microsoft SQL Server Native Driver

Last week I was working on a web crawler to crawl 250,000 URLs each night.  We had 5 client crawlers running and connecting to a master MSSQL 2013 database.  FusionGronker in ##coldfusion on freenode recommended that I try FusionReactor (a tool that allows you to monitor EVERYTHING that’s going on in your Java (ColdFusion) servers […]

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