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Michael Smith: Robert I am looking forward to your "CFDJ panel" again this year at CFUN. What do you like best about the panel?
Robert Diamond: My favorite part of our yearly CFDJ panels is the audience interaction. I have the easy job, which is to throw questions at the experts that have come via e-mail in advance, but the truly fun part begins when we open the floor up to audience questions, and you *never* know what CF_Question is going to come up next!
MS: What was the most unusual question you got from the audience?
RD: Not so much unusual questions, just an always interesting mix of general questions, like the overall state of the ColdFusion world, and specific ones like an individual user's concerns.
MS: So who is on the panel this year?
RD: Hal Helms, Charlie Arehart, Michael Smith and Simon Horwith. We can cover questions on CFML, SQL, Fusebox, Mach-II, project management, new Macromedia products and more.
MS: How can people submit questions?
RD: We have set up a CFDJ question page at:
and you can see questions already submitted at:
Or come to CFUN-04 and hand in the CFDJ panel form to the conference staff.
MS: What about the CF-Doctor? Will he be asking questions too?
RD: Yes, any questions that the CF-Doctor wants a second option on will be coming to the panel. So we have all bases covered.
MS: Will there be any special offers on CFDJ subscriptions for CFUN attendees?
RD: As with every year, we’ll be offering special discounts to CFUN attendees for both ColdFusion Developer’s Journal and MX Developer’s Journal.