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Friends, programmers, countrymen (and women)

Friends, programmers, countrymen (and women)

Friends, programmers, countrymen (and women), lend me your eyes. I'd ask for your ears, but, well--you're reading this... I wish to tell you of a momentous event. My wife, Judith Dinowitz, is now the Editor-in-Chief of the CFAdvisor. As is standard in a married relationship, I've got a slightly smaller position as Tech Editor. :)

What this means is that we'll be doing what we can to bring you great articles, reviews, news and anything else that will make CFAdvisor a more powerful resource for the CF community. But we can't do it alone. We need you--authors, programmers, people with lots of free time (yeh, right) and everyone else--to come on down and contribute. We're not just looking for articles. We want tips, tricks, words of advice, jobs that need people and people that need jobs. We want to make the CFAdvisor a home away from home when it comes to CF.

I know that some people have had questions about CFAdvisor in the past. They've wondered, "Is it worth it?". All I can say is that we have plans to do great things with CFAdvisor. We plan to do interviews, Yesler Alive pieces, book reviews, and more. When you see the changes we're implementing, think about jumping in. Joining up does not just mean subscribing. The CFAdvisor is becoming a strong voice in the ColdFusion community. It is attracting a lot of the 'new blood' who are just now learning about ColdFusion, and if you want to advertise to this 'new blood,' the CFAdvisor might just be your vehicle. We'll have more concrete information on the new changes as they come up, but for now you should know,

"There's a new sheriff in town."

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