Looking For ColdFusion Relationship Stories

Have you successfully used your local user group to pick up a date? Did you meet your significant other at a ColdFusion conference? Has ColdFusion changed your personal and love life (and not in some creepy kind of way)?
If so, let us know. We’re planning the big ColdFusion 10th birthday bash and need this incredibly vital information.
Actually, we’ll take any good stories (and will even protect your anonymity if so necessitated). You can reply right here, or use this form.
And yes, I am serious. 🙂

4 responses to “Looking For ColdFusion Relationship Stories”

  1. Patrick Flynn Avatar
    Patrick Flynn


  2. Emanuel Costa Avatar
    Emanuel Costa

    Ben, one of the largest relationship related site in Brazil is made using CF MX and MySQL: I think it must be pretty easy to find such thing in there. Of course it is in portuguese and if you need I can help you out. Let me know.

  3. Christopher Wigginton Avatar
    Christopher Wigginton

    Start a poll for this.
    (_) Never, CFMX is my bitch!
    (_) Yes, but the other person was a two-bagger.
    (_) Yes, but I was the two-bagger.
    (_) Yes, I found my perfect match.

  4. Stephen Cassady Avatar
    Stephen Cassady

    Ben – I want to fill out the form, but I keep getting the following error:
    The following error(s) must be corrected before this form can be completed:
    * We cannot process some of the words in this field. Please edit the field.
    For what I think is this field:
    "We are also 10 in October 2005!
    We are the longest running youth (14-24) website online, and we’ve been running on CF (v4 to start) since October 9th 2000. We chose CF because it was robust, stable,
    accessible and it included great database support.
    Since then we’ve converted all aspects of the site to CF (forums – over 1.4 million posts – features, news, Pulps, reporting, metrics, and unique user peer rewards.
    I don’t know if it makes a difference, but we’re an international site built, developed, and maintained in Canada. Over the years we’ve worked with people including IBM, New
    Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC, and numerous music companies including EMI, Sony and Warner."
    Help! What words can the system not process?

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