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cfrook
02-19-2008 @ 2:06 PM
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Hi.  I have been coding C++, C, unix development for the past 8 years but I have just landed a new job doing web development.  
I find that I have lots of ideas but don't know exactly how to make them happen.  Seems like as I am picking up Coldfusion, I find that I am learning Javascript, Java and a whole host of other langauages at the same time.

I hope to find some good pointers here and hopefully I can help out some as well.

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02-20-2008 @ 4:57 AM
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HI! Welcome to these awesome-o forums!

ColdFusion has a fairly shallow learning curve (easy to learn) and with our help you should be fine Wink

Louis

p.s How did you land a job in web development without much experience? I have quite a bit of web development experience and I'm still a trainee ahah

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02-20-2008 @ 7:19 AM
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I actually joined the company to do 3D graphic simulations, but that job hasn't opened up yet.  In the meantime they said they needed a web developer and since I am a programmer and have database experience, they thought I would do fine.  I have also developed a gui interface with Motif so I had some understanding of user interactions.

So far it isn't so bad, just trying to see what I can and can't do.  I know how I would have done something in the past, now how can I achieve that in this language.

Thanks for the welcome!


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