ColdFusion Camp (Germany)

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The German CFUG is hosting a ColdFusion Camp in Munich on November 27 and 28. The price looks good (although 35 euro is probably 3,500 US dollars now) and the speaker list is great, so check it out!

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Comment 1 by Bliss posted on 11/10/2008 at 5:23 PM

35 Euros = 44.96800 U.S. dollars

Comment 2 by Raymond Camden posted on 11/10/2008 at 5:25 PM

@Bliss: The money thing was a joke on our current economy. ;)

Comment 3 by Sebastiaan posted on 11/10/2008 at 5:38 PM

At least there's some good for us Europeans now:

- Flying in and shopping in N.Y. is CHEAP ;-)
- US Cars are CHEAP - interiorwise (nothing changed there) and pricetagwise (new!) ;-)

I'm considering the Coldfusion Camp. It's a 800 km drive but hey, if I wanna meet fellow Euro CF'ers, that's the place to go.

Comment 4 by Bliss posted on 11/10/2008 at 5:41 PM

@Sebastiaan

800 km? That's like a mile and a half, right? ;-)

Comment 5 by Justin posted on 11/10/2008 at 7:08 PM

Hi Ray,

Since the economy has been in the gutter, hedge funds have been dumping gold. This has caused gold to go down quite a bit. In addition, people have been dumping investments (obviously) and hoarding cash.

So, the currency is the investment choice and the choice right now is the dollar. Now would actually be the best time to go to Europe as the dollar hasn't been this good for two+ years!

July 7 2008 Dollar = .65 Euro
November 3 2008 Dollar = .78 Euro
April 24, 2006 Dollr = .79 Euro

Of course, that's unfortunate because the one part of our economy that was still humming along was the export sector...

Comment 6 by Gary Gilbert posted on 11/10/2008 at 9:48 PM

@bliss

800km is like driving from Washington DC to New York but on better roads and no toll. (but then the 5Euro per gallon is a pita)

But what you pay in Gas is made up by most probably the best beer in the world :)