Core Team Updates


Thanks to Per & Chris

Over the past ten years we’ve been very lucky to have some great developers being part of the CFWheels core team. Unfortunately every now and then, we have to let people move on to other things as their jobs or circumstances change, and sadly we’ve had to say goodbye to Per Djurner (@perdjurner) and Chris Peters (@chrisdpeters) recently.

Both have contributed massively to CFWheels over many years: I think there are a lot of people who can blame Chris for his original series of screencasts getting them hooked (myself included!) on Wheels, and I’d wager that every CFWheels user has benefited from Per’s knowledge and guidance; both of them will be missed – a huge thank you to both of them.

Welcome to David & Andy

We’re pleased to announce that David Belanger (Github/dbelanger) and Andy Bellenie (Github/andybellenie) have agreed to join the Core team. Andy used to be on the team a few years ago, and brings lots of years of CFWheels experience with him. David joins us from Argentina (and occasionally Canada), making us a highly international group, with Tom & Andy in the UK and Adam over in Australia (unfortunately, with very few timezone crossovers!). It’s fantastic to have them on-board.

Up Next

Our next milestone is finishing up a 2.1 release: Please check the 2.1 Milestone to hear about upcoming features such as improved CORS headers, and also check the Changelog for all the bug fixes and improvements already implemented since 2.0.1. 

Comments

  1. Chris Peters says:

    The project is in great hands. Welcome to the core team, David and Andy. Can’t wait to see where you take the project next!

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