ColdFusion Developers Network is not a company, corporation, or any commercial entity. It is a group of people that I am recruiting to form this international network of ColdFusion (CFML) developers, including Adobe’s ColdFusion, Railo, BlueDragon and other existing open source servers.
The idea is not making money from this web blog, but build a place where we can post our ideas, snippets, show our technology and help the improvement of our community.
If you are a company and have ColdFusion job openings, I’ll be glad to post them here, please contact me.
I will translate into English some posts from Brazilian sites and I welcome those who want to make this place their technical blog too.
At the time I’m writing this matter, our community does not have a web site yet, we only have this blog and a mailing list.
We are, right now, a group of about 45 developers from U.S., Brazil, England and Germany.
If you wish to join the group and collaborate, please contact me and I’ll be pleased to give you access to this blog and create an email account for you at “cfdevelopers.net” mail server.
I am a web developer, experienced in the real estate international market, web commerce, as well as intranet systems.
I have been using ColdFusion as my development platform since 1997 on its version 3 together with Microsoft SQL Server since its version 7.
You may contact me at: [rparente] (at) [cfdevelopers.net]
Thanks for stopping by.
I’ve been asked why being a ColdFusion developer I have my blog in WordPress (PHP) instead of ColdFusion ?
The answer is simple: at the time I first created this blog, I had no experience with ColdFusion based blogs, like BlogCFC by Ray Camden and MangoBlog by Laura Arguello, and I had some friends using WordPress and they were very satisfied with the results.
I already tried to import all my posts to both BlogCFC and MangoBlog, but I didn’t have a successful result. So, I’ll continue to use WordPress for now on, since being a ColdFusion developer does not mean that I hate PHP !