re: I'm not leaving either any time soon, either. But I'm afraid that CF
slowly become the next Fortran, or Cobol.
Don't mean to burst your bubble here, but Cobol and Fortran are currently
more in demand than CF is! There is even aCobol version for .Net (Cobol.Net,
"yacoubean" <webforumsuser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> and no, I'm not leaving, just slowly plodding through.
> I'm not leaving either any time soon, either. But I'm afraid that CF will
> slowly become the next Fortran, or Cobol. Can you still find legacy
> out there built on these two languages? Yes. But they are slowly
> disappearing, and the job markets are almost non-existent anymore. I know
> CF is in a LOT better shape than Cobol, right now. I'm just afraid that
> if the
> current trends continue, CF will end up in the same boat. Let's hope I'm