I occasionally speak at conferences and meetups on topics that range from code and design to leadership. I do this not only to share what I know but also as an excuse to force myself to learn a topic that I knew only at a shallow level.
|Pattern Misuse and unit test gotchas||Sept 2018||TrianglePHP Meetup||Morrisville, NC|
|Design for Success with React and Storybooks||June 2018||SyntaxCon 2018||Charleston, SC|
|Design for Success with React and Storybooks||Feb 2018||TrianglePHP Meetup||Raleigh, NC|
|Wrangle Cross-cutting Concerns with Event Driven Programming||Feb 2015||SunshinePHP||Miami, FL|
|Jump-start your application with AngularJS||Feb 2015||SunshinePHP||Miami, FL|
|Wrangle Cross-cutting Concerns with Event Driven Programming||June 2015||DutchPHP||Amsterdam, NL|
|Jump-start your application with AngularJS||June 2015||DutchPHP||Amsterdam, NL|
|Wrangle Cross-cutting Concerns with Event Driven Programming||October 2013||PHPNW 2013||Manchester, UK|
Working remotely out of Chapel Hill, NC, Chris Saylor leads a team of engineers at Zumba on a variety of projects from e-commerce and supply chain to membership billing and streaming media platforms. Chris is heavily involved in bringing new projects to production participating in design, development, and deployment.
Chris is an advocate of open-source software leading an effort within Zumba to share code and contribute back to projects used in daily operations. He’s an active community member of Triangle PHP meetup group, contributes to Zumba’s Tech Blog, and has spoken at developer conferences such as SyntaxCon, SunshinePHP, DutchPHP, and PHP Northwest.