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Building burcell.org

Welcome to bpurcell.org, the personal homepage of Brandon Purcell. I started building bpurcell.org many, many years ago to share information I ran across everyday in my role as a Support Engineer and Consultant for Macromedia/Adobe. As a support engineer and consultant I always had a lot to blog about but as I moved into managment roles at Adobe my technical content dwindled.

I currently work as the Director of Technology for Universal Mind. My primary responsiblity is managing the SpatialKey project and it has been an amazing experience. I have been spending a lot of time working with Amazon Ec2 and will share my experiences through the blog in the future. I truly believe that Cloud Computing is the IT platform of the future and we have built the SpatialKey architecture on top of Ec2.

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September 1, 2008

I will be presenting again at Max this year in San Franscico on the topic of "Architecting ColdFusion For Scalability And High Availability". I want to take a new approach this year and solicit input on specific areas to cover during the presentation. In some cases you come to Max year after year and hear the same thing and since I have only 60 minutes and a lot of content in my head I would like to gather input on what areas the community would find interesting. There are two main areas where I can focus, coding practices for scalability and clustering architectures for high availability. I think for the most part developers attending Max understand best practices for coding (although it doesn't mean they always follow them). The clustering architectures and options have not changed much over the years since CFMX 6 so many of my old articles still apply. I would be interested to hear general thoughts on this topic and areas where I could focus the presentation. My outline is due on the 14th but I think I will probably tweak things all the way through August.

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