I’ve been keeping an eye on phptocoldfusion.com since the blog was started back in October 2006. While the content is neither revolutionary nor earth-shattering, it does help to keep some perspective when pontificating deep ColdFusion issues and questions. The blog went quite shortly after it started, but with 4 posts this month it looks like it has come back to life, and for that I am glad.

3 thoughts

  1. I saw the subject and presumed you’d just mistyped…photocoldfusion but now i see it’s not a mistake an it’s php to coldfusion 🙂 doh!

  2. Thank you for your interest and your comments. I’m not trying to change the world. At my level I’m just happy to ask interesting questions. Just after I made the site I got very busy, and a lot of updates got left as "drafts". Now I’m trying to keep things a bit more active.

  3. Ok, if you are going to visit this site, please be nice. I did not link it so that we coud beat up on someone trying to learn ColdFusion (and occasionaly venting or ranting in the process of doing so). I linked to it because I appreciate the feedback from a very different perspective to what we usually see, and all feedback is valuable. So, if you want to join in the conversation, and even offer advice, please do so. But don’t get upset at Matt (the blogger), I have not read his posts as an attack on ColdFusion, and don’t want you to either. Thanks!
    — Ben

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