Coldfusion has been around for more than ten years now, and, as a technology for quickly building dynamic web sites and web applications, it's more popular than ever. To help developers access Yahoo! Web Services using Coldfusion, we've now got a Coldfusion Developer Center on YDN. Wikipedia calls Adobe's Coldfusion an "application server and software development framework," but to the developers who use it, it's often the quickest way to get a dynamic web site up and running. First released in 1995, Coldfusion has evolved quite a bit over the years and now has books, user groups, and even open source clones. Thanks to Coldfusion pro Ray Camden for making this happen.