"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…"
Hey guys,I know I haven't been on here in a little while. I'm hoping one of you will have some information on this...A client of mine asked me to integrate PayPal into their existing custom shopping cart. It's just the typical old PayFlow-style, send the browser to PayPal and then bring them back afterward. I read through all the documentation and I've got it creating the form and sending to PayPal and it all works.Now PayPal says form encryption is not required, although they also say you…See More
ColdFusion Developers (London)The vacancy is with an established independent B2B industry leading online news, research and events business providing a combination of free –to-air news and subscription based market intelligence databases and services. The company also provides online best practice and professional communities and industry events, large and small.Role:They are looking for an experienced additional ColdFusion developer to join the small in-house team to support continued…See More