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Macromedia Releases ColdFusion Server 5 (San Francisco, CA) - Macromedia, Inc., announced the availability of ColdFusion Server 5, the latest version of its Web application server. ColdFusion Server 5 offers major enhancements in development, administration, and performance. A new integrated charting engine, advanced full text searching, and new language features enable faster development of business applications. Extensive new administrative tools reduce the time and costs for deploying and managing ColdFusion applications. ColdFusion 5 also delivers a significant performance increase - running some applications as much as three times faster than ColdFusion 4.5. A free 30-day evaluation version is available for download at www.macromedia.com/software/coldfusion/resources/ CFXGraphicsServer Gets New Home (Rockville, MD) - TeraTech has acquired ownership of the rights ... (more)

2000 Reader's Choice Awards

The Best of the Year Are Here! ColdFusion Developer's Journal proudly announces the first ColdFusion Readers' Choice Awards. It's the first CF program of its kind and we're proud to be the only publication to present these awards to top corporations. CF developers and their companies are finally being acknowledged for their product design and excellence. It is recognition that we at CFDJ feel is long overdue and well deserved. Needless to say, the competition was heated and the decisions difficult...and impossible to make without our true barometer of excellence, our readers. But... (more)

Macromedia Previews Next ColdFusion and Flash Releases

As Macromedia's annual developer conference, MAX 2004, got underway in New Orleans yesterday, the company took the opportunity to stress how important great Web experiences are to users in forming opinions about Web sites. Macromedia also previewed several innovations that are under consideration for ColdFusion and its Flash Player. Rob Burgess, chairman and CEO of Macromedia, addressed those present, stressing Macromedia's devotion and desire to work alongside developers and customers in creating products. "Macromedia is excited to roll up its sleeves alongside our developers an... (more)

A New ColdFusion Hosting Company Launched

DedicatedCentral today announced its launch, providing the premium-value dedicated server market with highly competitive pricing, deliver unexpected levels of high-touch customer support, and assure core "zero-tolerance" Internet security.   "We aim to be the premier dedicated server provider to mid-sized and small enterprises," said Ho Lee, general manager of DedicatedCentral.  "Our combination of aggressive hardware and bandwidth pricing, along with our focus on security-related software puts DedicatedCentral a step ahead of the competition." DedicatedCentral operates from comp... (more)

ColdFusion MX 7 Is An Immediate Hit With Developers (Live on SYS-CON.TV)

"It's Here!" - Editor-in-Chief of CFDJ Introduces ColdFusion MX 7 "This Is the Release That Will Make You a Hero Again," Says Tim Buntel CFMX 7: Release Announced Live on SYS-CON.TV "We've had a tremendous response," said ColdFusion product manager Dave Gruber, speaking exclusively to SYS-CON.TV (http://www.sys-con.tv) just 9 days after the release of ColdFusion MX 7, the most customer driven release of Macromedia ColdFusion to date. "I couldn't ask for a better nine days," Gruber added, when interviewed live on the show floor at Web Services Edge 2005 in Boston. "We couldn't be... (more)