"I think it is because Coldfusion isn't viewed as a good development language. The people making decisions hear .NET, Java, or PHP... so coldfusion isn't really looked from a management point of view.
What they don't seem to…"
"I'll venture a guess: Because there are not that many CF jobs to begin with. Most people will train themselves in other languages such as PHP or ASP simply because there's more job opportunities in these.
To get an idea of what's out…"
ColdFusion application development is associated with the website development. With the unique features of the ColdFusion development along with the ColdFusion Makrup Language which resembles scripting components like JSP and PHP and even ASP but it bares the most resemblance to HTML syntax. The ColdFusion allows developers to develop content publishing systems, dynamic sites, ecommerce sites, self service application and much more.…See More