Defending ColdFusion Against …

Last week I posted an entry entitled “Defending ColdFusion Against Java”, and several of you e-mailed me to ask my thoughts on ASP and ASP.NET. I just posted three more entries in this series, and so that they are all linked, here are the URL’s:
These are my own thoughts on the subject, not official Macromedia positioning or responses, and if you agree or disagree or whatever, please share.

5 responses to “Defending ColdFusion Against …”

  1. Brian Hegeman Avatar
    Brian Hegeman

    Thanks for taking the time to put these wonderful entries together.
    Not sure if this was intentional, but I noticed that the links here to your other entries point to an admin version without your standard layout…

  2. Ben Forta Avatar
    Ben Forta

    Ouch, good catch, thanks. 🙂

  3. Jim Harris Avatar
    Jim Harris

    Thank you; You don’t know how many times we present our product/s to Fortune 500 companies who’s IT department have a ‘my way is the best way’ chip on their shoulder.
    I am going to use these articles to educate our sales staff so they can toss out a proverbial empathy cushion as soon as the objections start.
    Again, Thanks

  4. Greg Hamer Avatar
    Greg Hamer

    Please update this series to reflect the great new features in ColdFusion MX 7!

  5. Ben Avatar

    Thank you, Ben.

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