[p2pu-webcraft] Is Cold Fusion Relevant for School of Webcraft?
riedel.dennis at gmail.com
Sun May 29 10:38:02 UTC 2011
Well I think popularity is important when teaching peers a programming
language while having in mind to get them into jobs (at least better their
chances) or just keep them up-to-date. The relevance of the language is
connected to its popularity I think. Additionaly, in the p2p context, giving
them the starter, the tools on how to learn and share with others, I
thriving community and a heap of resources is fundamental.
I am by far not a Coldfusion expert or do I know it´s community. Afaik there
are plenty of resources, but I have not heard of it being in commercial use
recently with companies I worked with or talked to.
Just my 2 cents.
2011/5/28 Dany Javier Bautista Montaña <danyjavierb at gmail.com>
> 2011/5/28 Jessica Ledbetter <jessica at jessicaledbetter.com>
>> Just looked at the class in question and the person does say focusing on
>> open source engines:
>> Jessica Ledbetter
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> i think that the problem is in the coldfusion product, no in its
> popularity, because Sow can support all the web development techs if this
> are Opensource.
> this is a discussion about objectives and vision not popularity and dev
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