The week covers some of the limitations of ColdFusion (and IE) as well as a great entry on balancing the "purity" of OO and a great example of refactoring ColdFusion code. I also link to Ben Nadel's great entries on his class with Hal Helms.
This week has great information to get around some of the "oddities" of ColdFusion (even the best language can have eccentricities) as well as great discussions on billing and merges.
September ends with a great and varied selection of blog entries, from object instantiation performance graphs to some great how-tos.
Sorry this is a day late (out sick yesterday). Out of a great selection of entries, my bias for discussion of HTML (still the lingua franca of the web) seems to have impacted my choices a bit this week.
I don't know what got in the water this week, but the selection of blog entries was amazing. It was really hard to pick just five.
The easiest pick, however, was Charlie Arehart's entry on CF411. Although this is really a renaming of existing resources, it is still a tremendously valuable resource for any ColdFusion programmer.
No major news this week, but a varied selection of great blog entries of use to any CF developer.
Another week of great entries - very hard to whittle it down to five this week.
This week saw more news about SQL Injection attacks as well as some discussion about making sure you can get work in the future.
More great posts this week, of course. Don't forget to read all of the comments!