…posted by davidjmedlock:
It’s my pleasure to be the ColdFusion columnist here at Sitepoint. I’m very excited about the opportunity and I’m looking forward to it.
I’ll just start with a little background about myself. I live in Nashville, Tennessee, USA and I currently work as a Systems Analyst for a very large background screening firm. My days are generally spent developing web-based applications in ColdFusion, although I have been doing more with MS.Net lately as well. I hold an Associate’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and I’ve been working in the IT industry for about 3 years now (since the ripe old age of 18).
Since I spend the majority of my time writing ColdFusion applications, that’s where I’m most comfortable. I’ve done projects in PHP, ASP, Java (incl. desktop and web-based apps), C, and .Net and I’ve worked with MySQL, Access, MS SQL, and Oracle databases to some degree or another.
I hope that ColdFusion programmers out there (and others) will enjoy the blog and the articles that I’ll be writing in the coming months. I would like to hear suggestions from all regarding the types of articles you’d like to see here on Sitepoint and what subjects would interest you the most. My final (and I promise, final!) article in the Data Structures series has already been submitted, so I’m trying to decide what to write about next. If you have suggestions, feel free to post here or to PM or Email me with them.
Okay, enough banter. Welcome to the Fuse!