Nine months ago I started to learn how to program in ColdFusion. At that time, I had never programmed before, but I was holding my torch up high for my quest in learning to be a programmer.
My sights were really set on Java or C ++ to give me the fundamentals that I would need. However, my company is working with ColdFusion, so it just seemed practical to start with a language that I would have the most exposure to, and be able to practice the most.
Little did I know at the time I started to program, that ColdFusion Markup is basically a very large and organized library of Java programs packaged in a tag based language. Now that I have had some introductory experience with the basics of ColdFusion, I feel that I am ready to start learning some of the advanced aspects of programming and quite possibly look toward earning a certification as a ColdFusion developer.
It may be a real challenge to be working as a manager of a search engine optimization division and studying, learning and practicing for the ColdFusion certified developers exam at the same time. To pull this off, it looks like I am going to put my torch to the test and see if it keeps my midnight oil burning …
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