Mike Brunt started coding web applications in 1993 and began using ColdFusion at version 1.54 in 1995-6. He designed and created the first on-line international industrial equipment mart in 1997 (Power Bank International) at the request of a Cummins Engine Company subsidiary. In 1998 he worked with Kodak and Lucent Technologies to create a pioneering web based TeleRadiology cross-consult portal when Radiologists and Primary Care Physicians could review patient medical images. Allaire recruited Mike in 1999 to join a ColdFusion-JRun consulting team. This team was dispatched world-wide to help Allaire then Macromedia clients design and troubleshoot ColdFusion applications. In 2001 Mike co-founded his own company – Webapper Services LLC. He now works independently, helping ColdFusion users worldwide to create strategies which ensure Enterprise level Adobe Server applications can be scaled effectively and efficiently.
- Building a QA-Testing Environment for CF Applications
- Cache me if you can
- Using CF 9 Server Manager to Cluster and Manage CF
Senior Server Engineer