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Hello Fellow Code Ninjas!

Posted 27 June 2013 - 06:22 PM

Hello!

I am introducing myself, clearly. I am new here, not new to coding. I have been developing for 5 years now. I started in high school and received a degree in CIS. I am currently a web application developer for a small company doing primarily coldfusion for a large client.

My primary interest are:
Coding, go figure!
Penetration Testing
Web application development, mostly server side.
Data structures
compiler theory

My languages: (In order of use)
Coldfusion
PHP
Javascript
Java
C#
Python
C++
Assembly
COBOL

Why am I here you may ask? Well, I am here because I would like to be part of environment that appreciates the art of developing code and in which not only can I learn and grow as a developer but impart my own knowledge and experience, which as little as it may be, in order to help others.

I look forward to getting to know all of you.

Best regards

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Re: Hello Fellow Code Ninjas!

Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:21 PM

Last language I coded in on a regular basis before I got more in to the business side of things was ColdFusion. Glad to see folks still using it!

Also interesting to see it being used outside the government sector!


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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:32 PM

View Postskyhawk133, on 27 June 2013 - 07:21 PM, said:

Last language I coded in on a regular basis before I got more in to the business side of things was ColdFusion. Glad to see folks still using it!

Also interesting to see it being used outside the government sector!


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Outside of the government, it's biggest use is in fortune 500's. I believe around 75% of fortune 500s use coldfusion. I personally love the language. At times the syntax can be troublesome but the datasource and query methodology is just too nice to use. In fact, I am currently working on a tiny open source project to incorporate the datasource methodology into PHP. Involving the admin features of coldfusion admin and active record pattern and orm.
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