Rick Martinez

Rick Martinez
Lead Developer, Flavorpill

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Rick Martinez is Lead Developer at Flavorpill, an online culture magazine based in New York City. He’s been developing with Ruby on Rails for over 5 years and is originally from Miami, Florida. Rick spoke at RailsConf 2010 about extending Rails 3 core components. He can’t decide what was more significant last year: Rails 3 or his 21st birthday.


Location: Ballroom II Level: Novice
Rick Martinez (Flavorpill)
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Rails 3 will bring an overhaul to the framework that will make it one of the most modular and extensible development platforms in the world, all while retaining it's productive magic. For people with extremely complex applications or requirements, learn how you can roll out your own Rails-based framework to provide a DRY and clean dev experience for your team or others who share your logic. Read more.
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