Chris Saylor

Chris Saylor
Director of Development, Todobebé

Website | @cwsaylor

Chris Saylor is the Director of Development for Todobebé, a media company dedicated to the adventures of parenting for spanish speaking-families. He leads his team in building a suite of web sites, mostly in Ruby on Rails, which include a CMS, social network, forum, and OpenID provider. He is passionate about processes, systems architecture and Extreme Programming.

He is a member of the winning team in the 2007 Rails Rumble competition with Tasty Planner, a recipe sharing and meal planning site that is still growing and under active development.

Chris is the organizer of the Miami Ruby Brigade and is a founding member of Refresh Miami.


Location: Pavilion 9 - 10 Level:
Nick Plante (SOSV), Joe Fiorini (Within3), Ben Scofield (Heroku), Chris Saylor (Todobebé), James Golick (Protose Inc.)
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The Rails Rumble is a 48-hour innovation competition in which teams of up to four developers embrace their environmental constraints to create a number of compelling microapps with Ruby and Rails. In this panel we'll talk to a number of Rumble participants and discover the tips, tricks, and techniques they used to successfully launch innovative web properties in an extremely short time frame. Read more.
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