Jan 30 2008

PreHistoric ColdFusion - When Did You Start?

Posted by Mike Brunt at 9:55 PM
24 comments
- Categories: ColdFusion

I have been researching the evolution of ColdFusion and I know there is a good deal of that on the Adobe site, but that starts at version 4.01.  In my case I wanted to go prehistoric.

My first usage of CF was version 1.54 in 1996, as I have posted before, .dbml days. Good grief I was a developer, what happened along the way?  I became unworthy I suppose.  So in my research I came across articles from Rob Bilson?  Could that be Rob Brooks Bilson? 

Here are those articles: -

Here is some interesting information from Rob's blog.

So then, when did you start with CF?

Comments

Douglas Knudsen

Douglas Knudsen wrote on 01/31/08 6:20 AM

ha, yeah, Rob's a old hat at CF for sure. When I got started at version 4, posts from him and another venerable CFer Charlie Arehart (http://www.carehart.org/) really helped out. And even then House Of Fusions CF_Talk list was hot!

DK
Mike Brunt

Mike Brunt wrote on 01/31/08 12:28 PM

@Douglas yes Charlie is another stalwart of the community, his presentations are always great, informative and entertaining.
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Rob Brooks-Bilson wrote on 02/09/08 12:31 PM

Hi Mike,

Yep that's me - did the switch to the hyphenated last name when I got married in 1998.

I go back to the 1.5 days too, back when the Cold Fusion (notice spacing) manual was a sparse 100 pages and spiral bound, and the entire server fit on two floppy disks!

I did some early writing on ColdFusion for an online magazine called the Intranet Developer's Journal (it's still around), and spent a lot of time in their forums before moving on to the Allaire forums.

Wow, thanks for bringing back some memories!
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Draughts or Checkers
Hardware
The game of Draughts is played on a standard Chess board 64 highly contrasting checkered squares. Every player has 12 pieces typically as fat round counters. The genuine shades of the pieces and the board don’t really should be highly contrasting yet they are typically alluded to as highly contrasting, in any case. The board is put between the two rivals with the goal that the close right-hand corner square is white for the two players (similarly concerning Chess).
Planning and Objective
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Play
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At whatever point a piece has a rival’s piece adjoining it and the square promptly past the rival’s piece is empty, the adversary’s piece can be caught. In the event that the player has the chance to catch at least one of the rival’s pieces, at that point the player must do as such. A piece is taken by essentially jumping over it into the empty square past and expelling it from the board. Not at all like a customary move, a catching move can comprise of a few such bounces – if a piece takes a rival’s piece and the new position enables it to take another piece, at that point it must do as such straight away. The move completes just when the position of the catching piece never again enables it to taken any more pieces or when an uncrowned piece touches base at the furthest edge of the board and is delegated.
In the event that more than one piece can catch, at that point the player is totally allowed to pick which of those pieces to move. In like manner, if a catching piece can catch in more than one bearing, the player is allowed to pick which course to move in. i.e. it isn’t obligatory to move the piece or take the course that will bring about the greatest number of catches.
On the off chance that no catching moves are accessible, at that point a customary move is made by moving a piece one square corner to corner.
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The game is won by the player who initially figures out how to take all his rival’s pieces or renders them unfit to move.
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Hardware
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Un-delegated pieces can just move corner to corner advances yet can catch askew advances AND in reverse.
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Catching is mandatory and where there is a decision, the move that catches the best number of pieces must be made.
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A piece is just delegated if the piece completes the proceed onward the last square. In this way, if a piece moves onto and off the last line over the span of a catching move, and does not complete on the last line, it isn’t delegated.
Rivalries
In rivalries, to decrease the shot of draws and make the opening moves less unsurprising, a “three-move vote” plot is generally received. Various opening groupings of three moves are composed on cards and a card is chosen aimlessly to begin the game. The game at that point continues with white playing the fourth move. Once the game is done, players swap sides and play a moment game with a similar beginning card. The player who accomplishes the best outcome over the match of games is the victor.

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