I’ve noticed that many of Chariot’s clients — from 4-person startups to 40,000-person multinationals — use CloudFormation for their infrastructure-as-code. For them and others, here are some tips that I’ve learned while developing CloudFormation templates over the past five years.
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From the user experience to the code, we craft solutions using best practices like agile development and automated testing, leaving you with a solid foundation in place.
Our iOS and Android architects focus on usability and performance to design, build, and deliver best-in-class mobile applications.
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Our IoT experts employ technologies like Bluetooth, peer-to-peer mesh networking, remote sensors and low bandwidth internet to build enterprise solutions.
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Hire Chariot for private, hands-on training for your company or project team. We offer Chariot-developed courses in Angular, React, and AngularJS.
The Chariot difference lies in the way we work. Here’s what we bring to the table.
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Count on a superior team that delivers success and satisfaction to clients and partners for over 15 years.
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Small teams of talented developers turn out clean code to do the job right the first time.
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We adopt your business goals to design every aspect of your project, from UI/UX to architecture, development, and training.
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It happens all the time. A tech startup wants a product brought to market yesterday. But there’s more to coding than speed. Fast, cheap and good? Pick two.
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Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE), the Mid-Atlantic’s premier developer conference, takes place at the Marriott Old City in Philadelphia on April 14th & 15th, 2020.
The ways you can engage AWS to run applications in the cloud are numerous: traditional application deployments on an EC2 virtual machine, containerized applications running on ECS or Kubernetes, or fully serverless. Chariot’s Ken Rimple, director of Training/Mentoring Services, will take you through some sample architectures and the pros/cons of complexity, cost, and technical considerations for each one.