Philippe Sambor is a freelance instructor based in Singapore. He graduated from business school in France and started his own business in 2000. Information technology has always been an essential part of his career, albeit more in direct relation to the business than pure engineering. To him, knowing how to code has always been an essential asset as an entrepreneur.
Here is what he had to say about what motivated him to teach:
“I dedicated the recent few years acquiring the knowledge of the CFML language (also known as ColdFusion), leveraging the ColdBox CFML framework as a core server technology. CFML is a language that I came to consider for its simplicity, portability and reliability. After 25 years on the market, as long as Java (in which it is rooted), PHP or Ruby, ColdFusion evolved into the robust and modern CFML language it is today, powered by a vibrant and dynamic worldwide community. Although CFML is an easy language to pick up, writing secure, high performance and quality tested code as well as understanding all the moving parts throughout the entire stack is not. This is where I thought that my contribution to the community at large could make a difference.”