Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Why ColdFusion?

More than 300,000 developers at over 10,000 companies worldwide rely on ColdFusion® software to quickly build and deploy powerful web applications. And with more than 125,000 ColdFusion servers deployed, ColdFusion is one of the most widely adopted web technologies in the industry.

Who’s using ColdFusion?

ColdFusion is in use at 75 of the Fortune 100 companies. Here's a partial list of customers (with links to case studies) that rely on ColdFusion today.

  • New York State Office for Technology
  • One World Alliance
  • Peace Corps
  • Pepsi
  • PGA of America
  • Pottery Barn
  • Prometheus
  • Quaker Oats
  • Roche Pharmaceuticals
  • Rugby Football Union
  • Schlumberger
  • Scott's Corporation
  • Seattle Times
  • United States Senate
  • Siemens
  • Simon & Schuster
  • SmartMoney.com
  • Sprint
  • State of New York
  • Symantec
  • Travelers
  • United States Olympic Committee
  • US Bank
  • The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

For more information see ColdFusion customers

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Max Speakers & Their Places on Internet

It might be useful for everybody, either join Adobe Max 2007 or not, to know the speakers on internet. The speakers are appreciated experts of Adobe world so all of us may learn lots of things at speakers' places with those links.

Ben Forta
is the Adobe senior product evangelist and the author of numerous books, including ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit and its sequel Advanced ColdFusion Application Development, as well as books on SQL, JavaServer Pages, WAP, Windows development, and more.

Grant Skinner is the CEO and chief architect of gskinner.com, a Flash development and consulting company.

Mike Chambers has been creating applications integrating Flash with server-side technologies (ColdFusion, Java, ASP, and PHP) for a number of years.
Erik Natzke is an interactive designer who is constantly trying to blur the lines between design and technology.
Duane Nickull works as Senior Technology Evangelist for Adobe.
Raymond Camden is an independant contractor providing ColdFusion, AJAX, and Flex development.
For detailed information about the speakers please visit Max 2007.