Before founding Mad Mimi, Gary Levitt was a skateboard pro, a jazz bass player in New York City, and composer of music for Oprah Winfrey.
He has a degree from Berklee College of Music, Boston, and currently functions as Mad Mimi's CEO and interaction designer.
He is responsible for all of Mad Mimi's product design, user experience and remote direction of a 30+ employee team.
Presentations by Gary Levitt:
Rails Israel Conference, Monday, November 12, 2012, 08:30
Some products on the web are successful. Some not. Some products are great, some fall short of greatness. Some visionary-developer relationships are inspired partnerships, and some are uninspired and unproductive.
Taking a look at two common developer mindsets, I'll be touching on why luminary developers sometimes can stumble at product development, and on the flip side, what makes an average developer great. What I thought made a great developer, isn't the exactly what I think today.