True, but I don't think Adobe likes CF.Objective() that much. CF.Objective() is a CFML Developers conference, so people from Railo and BlueDragon are typically there, presenting, promoting the competing products. This has really "irritated" a few people at Adobe in the past. So in this case is makes sense that Adobe releases ColdFusion prior to CF.Objective() and then at the conference mentions that "Oh BTW, We launched ColdFusion 10 earlier this week." And yes, some of the people at Adobe have been that petty. I've seen it in person and on the twitter feeds in the past. Not sure if this is still true today. But this release of CF10 just two days before CF.Objective() and not AT Cf.Objective() reminded me of the past pettiness.
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On May 16, 2012, at 12:15 PM, Judah McAuley wrote:
> Big public announcements at conferences are a great thing. And pretty
> common. However, when companies do that, they usually also release the
> damn product at the same time. At least they build a good product.
> Coldfusion: great engineering, crappy marketing.
> On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Wil Genovese <juggler@trun...> wrote:
>> Again - maybe the BIG public announcement will be at CF.Objective() key note this week. Who knows what goes through the minds of marketing people ;-)