ColdFusion 8 Posters

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Just spreading the word here, but Kristen blogged this morning about the availability of ColdFusion 8 posters. All you have to do (if you didn't do the RIA survey) is register your ColdFusion license.

From looking at the picture to the left, it looks like Adobe has room for about 100 more tags and functions, so I can't wait to see what CF9 brings! ;)


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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Reto Aeberli posted on 10/21/2008 at 5:55 PM

Hi Ray,

We made some posters too last year. They are bigger and include information about all cfml engines. A preview is available on http://cfml.biz.
I will have some posters with me at MAX NA. User group managers can request posters for their group and we will send the posters by mail.

Thanks, Reto

Comment 2 by m@ posted on 10/21/2008 at 6:17 PM

isn't the tag documentation like copyrighted or something?

like BD for example couldn't have documentation on all the CF tags because of this or am I totally incorrect?

Comment 3 by Elliott Sprehn posted on 10/21/2008 at 8:01 PM

It should be noted that <a href="http://cfunited.com/blog/in...">TeraTech</a> did the development of this poster.

Specifically, hats off to Liz for the considerable amount of time she put into it. :)

Comment 4 by Elliott Sprehn posted on 10/21/2008 at 8:02 PM

Woops, that says TeraTech. Interesting link transformation, hah.

Comment 5 by David C-L posted on 10/21/2008 at 10:32 PM

How do you "register your Coldfusion license?"

Comment 6 by Raymond Camden posted on 10/21/2008 at 10:42 PM

I think its part of the normal product registration.

Comment 7 by Daryl posted on 10/31/2008 at 12:08 AM

Thanks for the resource. Looks like <a href="http://www.odesk.com/trends..." target="_blank">ColdFusion Developers</a> are increasing in popularity.