I found this interesting article by Kola Oyedeji on java.net. He talks about integration between ColdFusion and JavaEE and how this could be of interest to JSP developers.
We in our team here have discussed it so many times that why can not ColdFusion be used by J2EE/JSP developers or enterprises that standardize on J2EE. ColdFusion is a pure J2EE solution, runs on all the major applications servers, is so feature rich, so productive that it should be a no brainer for everyone to adapt this. And to this when I add the features that we are adding in Scorpio, it makes even more sense. I don't think there is any other platform which can come even close to CF in terms of features and productivity.
At MAX, I had a conversation with one of our customers and he said something very interesting. His client wanted a pure J2EE solution and his competitors were asking for nearly 6 months to implement this. So this guy did everything in CF, bundled it as an ear (that can be deployed on application server) and shipped in flat one month !! And his client never ever thought that this was a CF application. :D
Good to see this kind of article on a java website.