Bradley Holt

Bradley Holt

Web developer, entrepreneur, user group organizer, non-profit board member, open source contributor, author

  • @BradleyHolt
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Burlington, Vermont

Areas of Expertise:

  • CouchDB
  • PHP
  • Zend Framework
  • JavaScript
  • HTML5
  • MySQL
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • programming
  • training
  • writing

Bradley Holt is a web developer, entrepreneur, non-profit board member, free/open source software contributor, community facilitator, speaker, and an author. He is the co-founder of Found Line, a creative studio with capabilities in web development, web design, and print design. He is a Board Member at Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM)—a non-profit community media and technology center—and the Burlington Web Application Group (BTVWAG). He is a member of the Telecommunications Advisory Committee for the City of Burlington, Vermont where his role is to advise the City Council on matters related to Burlington Telecom, a municipally owned telecommunications services provider. He is a minor contributor of source code, bug reports, or documentation to several free/open source projects including PHP and Zend Framework. He organizes the Burlington, Vermont PHP Users Group and is a co-organizer of Vermont Code Camp. He has spoken at SXSW Interactive, OSCON, OSCON Data, the jQuery Conference, ZendCon, and CouchConf. He is the author of Writing and Querying MapReduce Views in CouchDB and Scaling CouchDB, both published by O’Reilly Media. He blogs at and can be found on Twitter as @BradleyHolt.

Scaling CouchDB Scaling CouchDB
by Bradley Holt
April 2011
Print: $29.99
Ebook: $9.99

Writing and Querying MapReduce Views in CouchDB Writing and Querying MapReduce Views in CouchDB
by Bradley Holt
March 2011
Print: $29.99
Ebook: $16.99

Webcast: Designing Data Layers for Modern Web and Mobile Apps
September 01, 2016
Learn how you can leverage both relational and NoSQL databases, as well as managed services, to improve your apps and provide compelling systems of engagement.

"The book goes over a lot of relevant information pertaining to scaling CouchDB in a clear format. Anyone facing scaling issues with Couch would find the book a great starting point."
--Luke Gotszling,