My Secret Life as a Spaghetti Coder
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So, the last couple of weeks I've been hard at work with school stuff, and also we've started a new (well, massively adding on to an existing one) project at work (and now another new one, as of last Wednesday). Because I seem to be so incredibly busy, and the projects need to be done "yesterday" (don't they all?), I built myself a little helper application that should increase my velocity by a ton - no more repetitive busy-work (well, it is greatly reduced anyway).

I've quite unimaginatively called it cfrails, since it was inspired by Ruby on Rails, and you can find it's project page at RIA Forge.

But first, you might want to read Getting Started with cfrails, so you can see how easily 0 lines of real code can create an interface to your database (the only lines are a couple of setup things, and cfcomponent creation).

I'd like to know what you think, so please leave a comment.

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