Ivey Brent Laminack (Brent)
420 Wal-Mart Way #117
Dahlonega, GA 30533
Born: March 25th, 1957 Bremen, Georgia. Married, three sons.
Graduated Bremen High School 1975 Valedictorian
Georgia Chamber or Commerce State Star Student 1975
Graduated Georgia Institute of Technology 1979
Bachelor of Science in Physics with High Honors
Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society, President of Society of Physics Students
Summers of 1976 and 1977 – Worked in music industry product development for Distex Corporation of Bremen, GA (now Music Depot)
Summer of 1978 – Worked as research assistant at Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station (now GTRI)
September 1979 through October 1995 – Employed full-time by First Baptist Church Atlanta and In Touch Ministries as Audio Engineer and Director of Data Processing
October 1995 through June 1999 – Employed full-time by Electronic Commerce Systems in Norcross, Georgia as Chief Technical Officer.
June 1999 through December 2001 – Employed full-time by Advanced Applications Group in Dahlonega, Georgia as Director of Electronic Commerce.
December 2001 to 2006 Self-Employed Consultant.
June 2006 through present: principal of 3by400, a web design company in north Georgia.
April 1990 through Present – Employed part-time as instructor and course developer at Georgia Institute of Technology Continuing Education (College of Computing and Distance Learning and Professional Education). April 2003 throuth Present – Employed part-time as instructor and course developer at Emory University’s Center for Lifelong Learning teaching database design, XML, and other computer courses.
25+ years developing commercial database applications and systems administration of Unix and Unix-like operating systems.
Presented paper to Audio Engineering Society in October 1984.
Earned Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification in November 2002.
Developed and taught a number of professional development courses at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing Continuing Education and Emory’s Center for Lifelong Learning, including Unix system administration, databases, programming, electronic commerce, and information security.