Reviews ColdFusion MX 6.1 has an extremely positive review of ColdFusion MX 6.1 entitled “Take another leap forward with ColdFusion MX 6.1”. The article discusses installation, J2EE deployment, expanded OS support, performance, CFCs, CFMAIL, CFHTTP, and even mentions the Mach-II framework. If you are already using CFMX 6.1 and you are aware of the differences between it and CFMX, you may not get much out of the article, however if you haven’t upgraded yet, or still aren’t sure of everything CFMX 6.1 can do, you might find it useful.

13 Responses to Reviews ColdFusion MX 6.1

  1. Matt Liotta says:

    When I first read the headline I was excited because I thought maybe some folks outside of the CF community had gotten the message about CFML. Of course, when I saw that the article was written by a known member of the CF and Fusebox community, the article loses its interest.

  2. Christian Cantrell says:

    I think the intention of the article is to help get the message outside the CF community.

  3. Mike Britton says:

    I personally know the writer and can say that he’s completely objective and unbiased. His article reflects the truth: the new CF is pretty cool (as is Mach II).

  4. Mary K. Orr says:

    Hello,I have a job available and wondered if anyone may know a candidate seeking employment with this skill set. Please see the job description below: Let me know if you or anyone you know are interested:Education Required: BS in Computer Science is strongly preferredRequired Skills:3+ years ColdFusion experience in a business environment, thorough knowledge of CFML, CFScript, Fusebox, SQL, HTML, IIS and experience with ColdFusion MX Enterprise, ColdFusion for J2EE, and Jrun. Experience with Oracle, SQL Server and XML a plus.Job Description:Contract ColdFusion Development designing, developing, and testing using ColdFusion MX in a Windows enviroment.Responsibilities: In this role you will design, code, and debug screen layouts, graphical user interfaces, printed outputs, and interfaces with other systems. Expectations include applying generally accepted programming standards and techniques to assure efficient program logic and data manipulation, a high technical aptitude, a positive attitude, and a strong desire to learn and succeed; the ability to work closely and communicate effectively with other software developers and staff; the ability to be flexible, self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented, and work with minimal supervision. You will be required to convert designs and written specifications into computer code, then successfully compile the programs; create unit test plans and execute those to verify to correct functioning of the program compared to the specification; analyze, correct, and documentation of issues reported by clients on existing code.

  5. says:

    I wouldn’t say the writing is COMPLETELY objection… I’ve read reviews on that aren’t objective at all.

  6. Lesbians says:

    Macromedia Rulz !

  7. I’m seeking someone with great ColdFusion experience

  8. M.I.L.F. says:

    Variables!? Yeah, right…

  9. ColdFusion MX 6.1 entitled is cool !

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