Core Team

The core team leads the development of the ColdFusion on Wheels framework.

Members are listed alphabetically.

Peter Amiri

Peter has been working with Per for the last few years testing, documenting, and documenting the code and has contributing code. Most notably, Peter has been instrumental in getting Wheels compatible with Railo. Check out his blog, thinking out loud.

Andy Bellenie

Andy is a passionate believer in opinionated software and obsessive about well-factored code. When not lurking in the discussion group or working on the codebase he is managing a software consultancy in the south of England or indulging his love of electronic music. Andy also offers Wheels training and Coldfusion development services within the UK, check out his website for more information.

James Gibson

James has been actively submitting patches to the Google Code site for a while now. His extensive knowledge and experience with Rails always helps out as well.

Don Humphreys

Don is a web developer, college student, and competitive cyclist. He has developed some deep experience with the Wheels core by submitting patches and developing the CFRel and ColdRoute Wheels plugins. He is looking forward to bringing even more Rails features to Wheels.

Anthony Petruzzi

Tony is the principal developer of the Wheels core team. He has a blog called Rip's Domain, where he writes about ColdFusion and whatever. :)

Raúl Riera

Raul has been contributing for quite some time now. He has created the Scaffold CFWheels Plugin. You can see him all over the blogosphere spreading the word about Wheels.

Hall of Fame

These guys no longer work on the core team of the Wheels project.

Per Djurner

Per was the principal developer of ColdFusion on Wheels and helped lead the project to finishing the 1.0 and 1.1 releases. Most of the codebase would not exist without Per's skills and devotion to producing a quality product. You can read his blog here.

Rob Cameron Rob Cameron

Rob founded the ColdFusion on Wheels project in 2005. He still blogs about Ruby, Rails, and open source software on his personal site, Riding the Clutch.