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    ColdFusion programmers

    How many coldfusion programmers are here?

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    I sort of still know ColdFusion, I haven't done it over 2 years now but I was pretty good several years ago when I had to learn it to fix some legacy applications at a previous job.

    It is a language that has lost a lot of popularity to PHP and ASP/ASP.net imo but I'm not sad to see it go.
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    I am, been a CF developer for about 3 years. Newbie for CodingForums, however. Hope the forum takes off

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    i've been in since v4.0 / Allaire days.
    cold fusion programming and hosting.

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    I am as well. Been programming with it 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for about 5 or 6 months now. The company i work for is 100% coldfusion based, developing several different types of coldfusion applications (mainly integrated with a CMS, intranet, and extranet). In the short time i've been using it i love it!

    Glad to see this forum pop up on here. Hopefully we'll get some more developers here.

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    ive been a coldfusion programmer since dec. 2005 until now.. our company uses coldfusion for web development

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    Thumbs up Coldfusion programmer

    I've been developing in ColdFusion for 7 years.

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    What can ColdFusion do that PHP can't? I know very little about ColdFusion.
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    This is perhaps my favorite CMS powered website, and I have to mention it's powered by CF (no not CodingForums lol). Not only did I visit it a hell of a lot when I played sim city, but it's a reminder to me of the possibilities of the web.

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    I've been developing cold fusion since 4.0, although these days I use PHP and haven't touched CF since 6.1

    What version are they up to now? 8? Is it any better?

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    Hi,

    Been programming in cf for around three years.
    My company use it for internal applications.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Whistler View Post
    What can ColdFusion do that PHP can't? I know very little about ColdFusion.
    You would be better off seraching this forum or Googling "coldfusion vs. php". There are a lot of threads on this topic, both environments have their pro's and con's and both sides have their fanatics.

    As to the topic of this thread, I started using CF in 1999-2000'ish.
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    Another CF programmer here with 10 years of experience under my wings.

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    < 1 year

    I have been doing CF development for almost a year now. It would be really nice if this forum could take off more. Maybe the lack of use is a state of coldfusion's popularity It is pretty easy to code in for me, but wish it had a more OOP framework in my dev work. (It can be, if you develop from scratch the right way.)
    "everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." - albert einstein

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    Smile

    Another ColdFusion programmer here with 2+ years experience. But, our company now uses PHP than ColdFusion..

    What can ColdFusion do that PHP can't? I know very little about ColdFusion.
    many things!!! very easily and quickly..But lack of usage is reduces its popularity
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