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Grant Shepert updated their profile
Aug 14, 2009
Richard Braxton replied to Grant Shepert's discussion Sava CMS developers? in the group CMS Developers
"I am currently working on implimenting Sava CMS for my employer based on my recommendation. So far it is working better than expected. There are several related major institutions moving to the platform simultaniously and may use the ability of Sava…"
Mar 31, 2009
Giampiero Bonifazi replied to Grant Shepert's discussion Sava CMS developers? in the group CMS Developers
"I've been using sava CMS since a couple of months and I found it very powerful and with a lot of extendible features. Actually I'm trying to code a first simple 'plugin' just to see how plugins works (they seems to be very…"
Mar 6, 2009
Grant Shepert and Ben Arledge are now friends
Feb 18, 2009
Lance Knight replied to Grant Shepert's discussion Sava CMS developers? in the group CMS Developers
"Knivis CMS has had plug-in and enhancement capability for sometime now. There is even a built-in ColdFusion editor... With the editor you can create cfm and cfc plug-ins There are videos on this site showing the editor"
Feb 17, 2009

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What do you like about CFML
a) it's named after an impossible technology, b) you can get into smug, elitist arguments with PHP 'programmers', and c) it keeps getting better every year
What other technologies do you use?
the usual bag of acronyms, plus Flex and Flash (someday Air, too, I suppose).
About Me:
My first ColdFusion version started with a 1 (gads, I'm getting old), so I've been through the good (conversion to Java), the bad (initial conversion to Java), and the ugly (Spectra, a.k.a. where did all my processes go?). Oh, and I hate the cold, which explains why I've lived in Edmonton for 20+ years (???).
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At 19:51 on December 19, 2008, Ben Koshy said…
Hey Grant! Good to see you aboard here! I'm off to India for a few months at the end of December. Setting up an outsourcing shop there :-)
 
 
 


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