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CFML in 100 minutes was modified from Ruby in 100 Minutes

Where is CFML in 100 minutes?

CFML in 100 minutes is a see wiki using simple markdown file for easy editing and contributions. Markdown is a lightweight markup language that converts its marked-up text input to valid, well-formed XHTML.

License

These works were originally created by Jeff Casimir (jeff@jumpstartlab.com) and JumpstartLab. They are licensed Creative CommonsAttribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 . If they are useful to you please drop him an email!

Contributors

Please add yourself if you help:

Mike Henke (henke.mike@gmail.com) * https://github.com/mhenke/

russplaysguitar * https://github.com/russplaysguitar/

Daniel Short (@danshort on twitter) * http://www.dansshorts.com

Craig Kaminsky (@craigkaminsky on twitter) * http://craigkaminsky.me

Daniel Sellers (@daniel_sellers on twitter) * http://designfrontier.net

Bradley Moore (@orangexception on twitter) * http://orangexception.com

Ryan Anklam * GitHub * @bittersweetryan on twitter * http://blog.bittersweetryan.com

Nicholas Tunney @ntunney on Twitter

Git Workflow for Contributors

This project uses the excellent Git Workflow series by Bob Silverburg for contributions.

Dealing with line endings

Before contributing, please read this http://help.github.com/dealing-with-lineendings/

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