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The Chariot TechCast is an interview show that covers emerging and important tends in the world of software development.

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  /   Jun 24, 2016

TechCast #103 – Christopher Thielen on the Angular UI Router

We talk to Chris Thielen about the history of the Angular UI router, what the team is working on for the upcoming 1.0 release, and how they plan to support the router in Angular 2 and even React.

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  /   Jun 21, 2016

TechCast #102 – Sameer Farooqui and Brian Clapper on Spark

Today's podcast features Ken Rimple's interview with Sameer Farooqui and Brian Clapper of DataBricks, the creators of the Spark Big Data engine.

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  /   May 18, 2016

TechCast #101 – Ken Rimple and Will Vuong on ng-conf

Today's podcast is the second of a two-part series about ng-conf, the 3-day Google-sponsored conference on all things related to the AngularJS JavaScript framework. It features a conversation between Ken Rimple and Will Vuong on events at the all-Angular all-the-time conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. They recorded their conversation of reflections on the show shortly after the last session, which included talk on adoption of Angular 2, the reactive APIs around state management such as ngrx store, and more.

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  /   May 18, 2016

TechCast #100 – Ken Rimple on ng-conf 2016

ng-conf is the 3-day Google-sponsored conference on all things related to the AngularJS JavaScript framework. Ken Rimple attended the show with Chariot consultant Will Voung. In this first of a two-part series, Ken runs down the major news topics from the event, including the recent release of Angular 2 Release Candidate 1, the up-and-coming Angular 2 Material Design project, NativeScript, a native application platform that runs Angular 2 code, and more.

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  /   Apr 27, 2016

TechCast #99 – James Roper on Scala

On today's TechCast, Sujan Kapadia talks to yet another Scala person: James Roper (@jroper). Previously a core team member of the Play framework, James is now the tech lead of Lagom, a new Java-oriented micro-services framework introduced by Lightbend. He discusses it in depth in his ETE talk, Rethinking REST in a Microservices World, as well as in this conversation with Sujan.

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  /   Apr 26, 2016

TechCast #98 – Adriaan Moors on Scala

On today's TechCast, Sujan Kapadia talks to Adriaan Moors. Previously a language research student, he is currently the Scala Tech Lead at Lightbend, and self-proclaimed "compiler whisperer." His talk, Scala 2.12 and Java 8: More Fun Together!, was extremely well-received at Philly ETE. In it, Adriaan talks about the interoperability between Scala's newest release and […]

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  /   Apr 21, 2016

TechCast #97 – Heather Miller on Scala

On today's TechCast, Sujan and Ken talk to Heather Miller. Previously a student under Martin Odersky, she is currently Executive Director of the Scala Center, as well as a research scientist at EPFL. Her talk, Academese to English: A Practical Tour of Scala’s Type System, was extremely well-received at Philly ETE. In it, Heather tried […]

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  /   Apr 18, 2016

TechCast #96 – Philly ETE Happy Hour Chat

In this episode of the TechCast, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia talk to five speakers of Philly ETE - Mike Hartington of Drifty, Jeff Labonski of Chariot Solutions, Martin Snyder of Wingspan, Alex Miller, co-author of Clojure Applied and organizer of The Strange Loop conference, and Andrea Falcone of Twitter.

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  /   Apr 09, 2016

TechCast #95 – Doc Norton on Agile Metrics – “Velocity is Not the Goal”

An outspoken critic of the way I.T. companies organize their projects, Doc Norton will be a speaker at Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise. His talk is called Agile Metrics: Velocity is NOT the Goal. His company, CTO2, helps companies implement Agile development practices. Today, Ken and Doc discuss some of Doc's most recent opinion pieces […]

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  /   Apr 07, 2016

TechCast #94 – Luke Wagner on WebAssembly

Luke Wagner is a research engineer at Mozilla, the makers of Firefox and the shepherds of the JavaScript language specification, known as ECMAScript and managed by the famous TC-39 subcommittee. Luke and his group are working on building a specification for and implementation of a binary runtime for the web. Known as WebAssembly, this runtime […]

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