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What do you like about CFML
If you have to ask you don't know who I am. :)
What other technologies do you use?
Various languages and tools that revolve around ColdFusion. HTML, JS, CSS, XML, SQL, and more. I'm very good with Regular Expressions and wish that the RE functions had more power to them. I also do a lot of SEO, which is not a technology but....
About Me:
I started using ColdFusion about a month before it was released, run the largest and oldest ColdFusion-centric community site and publish a technical journal called the Fusion Authority Quarterly Update (the only ColdFusion magazine currently in print).
My main paying job is digital comic archivist for

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At 1:55 on January 22, 2009, Lawrence Cramer said…
Hi Michael,
I haven't seen you in person since we spoke at Powered by Detroit! Hope all is well. I Look forward to saying hi a this year's CF United!
At 17:30 on May 11, 2008, Sidney Maestre said…
Hi Michael,

I'm getting caught up on past issues of Fusion Authority Quarterly. Some articles reference an ftp site to download code examples, but when I visit the ftp location the only thing there is a pdf of the first issue of FAQ. Can you point me to the correct FTP location?

Thanks! Really enjoy the magazine. Highly recommend it to ALL CF developers.
At 23:09 on November 23, 2007, Rick Mason said…
Hope all is well.
At 3:07 on November 18, 2007, Peter Tilbrook said…
Hi Mike! Still doing great stuff with the House of Fusion site. Keep it up!
At 2:17 on November 15, 2007, Casey Dougall said…
When we ever going to see you in something other than a white shirt???
At 0:19 on November 15, 2007, Michael Dinowitz said…
We have some articles from the first 2 issues being formatted into pdf for free viewing. We can put them together with a summary and a link back to the issue and you can post them. The application.cfc articles are perfect for the first ones. The articles from the OOP issue will be fantastic once we go through some of the issue 1 articles.
At 22:44 on November 14, 2007, Nick Tong said…
Hey Michael, how about putting a few articles on this site that i can promote to the home page? I can brand it up a liitle (link back to HoF etc) as you will provide content?
At 22:28 on November 14, 2007, Michael Dinowitz said…
Any time. I may be publisher and soul but without our editors (Judith, Dana), designer (Dee), regular columnist (Charlie) and all of our author, we would have nothing.

Of course, now our designer has to read the articles rather than just make them pretty. :)
(Dee's comment below)
At 21:47 on November 14, 2007, Sam Singer said…
Hey Michael,
Thanks for the great mag! I'm looking forward to every issue.
At 21:19 on November 14, 2007, Dee Sadler said…
I am getting Enterprise Edition CF 8, so I guess I'd better step up and lean more then a few things now. Guess I need to start reading the articles instead of just placing them in the mag from now on. LOL!

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