ColdFusion MX Developer's Cookbook
©2003 |Sams Publishing |
©2003 |Sams Publishing |
An examples-based reference for intermediate-level ColdFusion developers, written by a team of authors with years of experience developing world-class ColdFusion solutions.
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I. DATATYPES AND CONTAINERS.
II. CONTROLLING APPLICATION FLOW.
III. USING UTILITY TAGS.
IV. DATABASE INTEGRATION.
V. LANGUAGE EXTENSIBILITY FEATURES.
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Pete Freitag is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of CFDev, a company that builds Web components for ColdFusion and other languages. He has several years of experience developing database-driven Web applications, integrating with legacy systems, and product development. He contributes to the ColdFusion, Web development, and software development communities regularly, and holds a BS in Software Engineering from Clarkson University.
Brad Leupen is the Chief Technology Officer for the software company Noverant. He holds an AB in Computer Science from Harvard University, where he focused on operating systems and distributed systems research. He won the Derek Bok Award for Excellence in Teaching as a Teaching Fellow for several university undergraduate classes. He has closely followed the development of key Web technologies and standards, including J2EE, .NET, and XML.
Chris Reeves is a software developer for Religent, Inc. in Raleigh, NC, where he assists in development for the company's remote systems management software suite. He graduated with a BA in English from Appalachian State University.
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