Not 100% ColdFusion but worth a mention

By Eric Jones
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Yes I know it’s been quiet around here. I’m trying to move away from a “finding news” to a “making news” blog. So posts will start to be more unique in the coming days / weeks.

I just got copies of the DEVNET from Macromedia as well as Contribute 3 so expect to see my thoughts posted here in the future.

In the mean time Sean Corfield of Macromedia has setup a permanent Breeze Meeting which you can hit here and visit 24/7 with him and other “geeks”. It’s pretty cool and as he plays with it more and more you’ll see some of the cool things breeze can do.

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  • Joel LaTondress

    Timely, your first paragraph: http://www.digital-web.com/news/2004/11/breaking_the_80_20_rule/. Finding news is becoming increasingly easy via RSS, services like PubSub, etc.

  • Seans breeze definately is cool, too bad the price for breeze is so hard to afford!

  • I agree, it’s nice but way to expensive.

  • Expensive, yes. But you can play with it for free as long as you don’t use it for commercial use. A web cam and a little bit of setup and you could have a nice video chat for your development team.

  • Yea, very cool. Our company is thinking of purchasing it for commercial use. Good read.

  • Expensive, yes. But you can play with it for free as long as you don’t use it for commercial use. A web cam and a little bit of setup and you could have a nice video chat for your development team.

    Where do you get that? Where can I “play with it for free?”

  • pierre

    too expensive, no pleasure programming cfm, proprietary… JUST STAY LAMP !

  • Cold Fusion is good but I think Rub on Rails is going to be the future