Beginner to Learn ColdFusion

I have never used ColdFusion before and I want to start learning ColdFusion. What kind of reading material, web sites, learning resources is best for a beginner?
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borbCommented:
Dear ppmb,

Try this tutorial from the Webmonkey site as a starting point
to learning about ColdFusion;

http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/99/03/index1a.html

I'd download the program, and carefully
read through all the help files available with the program.

The program is made by Allaire:
http://www.allaire.com/

They have a support forum (extensive)
that would help you with any future issues in using the program,

Good Luck with it

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borbCommented:
Dear ppmb,

Try this tutorial from the Webmonkey site as a starting point
to learning about ColdFusion;

http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/99/03/index1a.html

I'd download the program, and carefully
read through all the help files available with the program.

The program is made by Allaire:
http://www.allaire.com/

They have a support forum (extensive)
that would help you with any future issues in using the program,

Good Luck with it

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borbCommented:
ppmb,

I found something else you may be interested in; a site called Tipworld:

http://www.tipworld.com/

Go to the "developer" section: if you'd
like tips on using Cold Fusion sent to you via email, you can at this site.

(You need to subscribe first)

I've been receiving tips in other areas for about a year now, and they're always useful, and not too long and complicated.

Give it a try !

Cheers,

Borb

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