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Zareh Tashjian joined Nick Tong's group
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coldfusion open source

This group is a place to see some of the latest CF open source projects.
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian joined Akbarsait's group
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ColdFusion 8 And AJAX

A group for to share the Exciting Features of CF8 and AJAX
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian joined Mark Drew's group
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CFEclipse Users

For people that love using the IDE that is Eclipse with the awesome plugin of CFEclipse
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian joined Andy Jarrett's group
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CFTwitter

ColdFusion users on Twitter
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian joined Shimju David's group
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CFJQuery

Coldfusion developers who primarily uses Jquery library for their AJAX requirements.
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian updated their profile
Jan 4, 2011
Zareh Tashjian joined Geoff Bowers's group
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cfaussie

Australian ColdFusion Developers
Jul 9, 2010
Zareh Tashjian joined Scott Stewart's group
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CF_Martial Arts

To further compartmentalize things.... this group is for current and formal martial arts students. One rule: no "my style- organization - sensei - master - school is better than yours" discussions.I get enough of that in martial arts forumsSee More
Jul 9, 2010
Zareh Tashjian joined Joshua Cyr's group
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CF Contractors

Group for people who do contract work including CF work. Typically these are individual consultants, web development agencies, etc. Perhaps a useful resource for us to chat about common issues, find other contractors for a job and so forth.See More
Jul 9, 2010
Zareh Tashjian updated their profile photo
Jul 9, 2010
Zareh Tashjian is now a member of ColdFusion Community
Jul 9, 2010

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What do you like about CFML
Its easy, powerful, great, fast and makes programming applications a lot of fun..! Love it !
What other technologies do you use?
Javascript, C#( c-sharp), ASP.NET ( occasional), Structured Query Language (T-SQL - Sql Server Scripting / Stored Procedures / Cursors / Triggers), PL/SQL - Oracle Scripting, MySQL, QBasic, Visual Basic, XML, HTML 4.0, looking at HTML 5.0, DHTML, CSS 2, CSS-P, XML, Ajax, Flex ( just started), UML ( Use cases definitions, application usability and design documentation ). and now loking at Objective-c and HTML 5.0 , JQuery, JQtouch for IPhones and IPads..!!!
About Me:
I'm from Sydney Australia, I've been programming in Coldfusion since 1998 everyday !!!

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PayPal Cart Integration

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
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