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The number of companies using Cold Fusion to build their websites is growing every day. If you want to stand out from the crowd, enroll in a Cold Fusion training course and take the official exam to become a recognized Cold Fusion MX 7 Certified Developer.

Cold Fusion MX

Produced by Adobe/Macromedia, Cold Fusion MX is an increasingly popular scripting tool for creating database-driven web pages. According to their website, 75 of Fortune magazine's top 100 companies use Cold Fusion to build their web applications, including AT&T Wireless, Bank of America, Boeing, the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and the United States Senate. 10,000 other organizations worldwide also use Cold Fusion.

What Is Cold Fusion?

Cold Fusion is a scripting language run on a web server or web host and is used for creating web applications that are both interactive and database-driven. It is used particularly by companies who have relatively complicated Websites. Some prime candidates are:
  • Websites that enable clients to view databases
  • Websites that display banner ads
  • Websites that need frequent updates
  • Websites that sell a wide variety of products

Cold Fusion Training and Certification

If you are already involved in web building, Cold Fusion training will help you to expand your skills and marketability. Passing the Cold Fusion exam and becoming a recognized Cold Fusion MX Certified Developer will help you prove your knowledge and ability to potential employers.

Cold Fusion training programs are offered by a wide variety of schools and colleges and can be found easily by searching the Internet. The 75-minute Cold Fusion exam consists of 66 multiple-choice questions, and Cold Fusion MX 7 Developer Certification is awarded only if you score at least 70%. If you score 85% or more, you will be granted Advanced Certified Cold Fusion MX 7 Developer status. This means that you will be listed as a developer on the Macromedia website, and are entitled to use the official Cold Fusion Developer logo to promote yourself.

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