To celebrate our successful first month of offering stunning ColdFusion 9 Enterprise hosting, costing for the cheapest anyone has ever offered before. We wanted to give away what we think is one of the most important ColdFusion books that should be in your collection, A signed copy of Matt Gifford’s new book ‘Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion’.

How to enter the prize raffle draw

To enter it couldn’t be more simple, place an order for any of our ColdFusion hosting (Including our FREE ColdFusion hosting – only one time £1 GBP setup fee required). All customers will be automatically entered into the give away. Signup only takes 2min and you could be walking away with this great book signed by Matt Gifford. Already have a ColdFusion hosting account with us, then you are already entered into the draw.

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Entries close on December the 10st 2010 midnight (London, UK Time) with the winner being announced on the following day.

The Prize

Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion [Paperback] by Matt GiffordWe are giving away a signed copy of Matt Gifford’s new book ‘Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion’ to one lucky winner who will be announced on December the 1st. This book is a must have for any ColdFusion developer looking to get into Object-Oriented Programming with ColdFusion.

This book is a fast-paced tutorial to developing ColdFusion applications using an object-oriented programming approach. Complete with code examples that can be altered and applied to your application and careful explanations, this book will guide you through your first interaction with object-oriented programming within your ColdFusion applications.

If you are a web developer wanting to implement object-oriented programming with ColdFusion, then this book is for you. If your goal is to get a good grounding in the basics of object-oriented programming concepts, this book is perfect for you. No prior knowledge of object-oriented programming is expected, but basic knowledge of ColdFusion development skills is assumed.

You can find more out about Matt Gifford at his website:

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