Context Our CMO, Tracey Welson-Rossman, is a member of Pennsylvania Commission for Women, as well as a key player on its technology subcommittee. On November 16th, the Commission hosted a National STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Day Event at the Pennsylvania State Museum to highlight women in various STEM careers and encourage girls to … Read More
Host Notes We’ve always got great content on the Chariot blog, written by our developers: it’s got over 20 years of tech reviews, tutorials, and more. We’re hiring! If you’re a senior software engineer interested in working with bright, curious colleagues who love to share what they learn, consider joining our team. Open positions, benefits, … Read More
From the Chariot Blog We’ve always got great content on the Chariot blog, written by our developers: it’s got over 20 years of tech reviews, tutorials, and more. We’re hiring! If you’re a senior software engineer interested in working with bright, curious colleagues who love to share what they learn, consider joining our team. Open … Read More
Tech Training For Women focuses on front-end development skills for self-identified women, at the intermediate level.
Tom Purcell, a consultant and founding member of the Chariot Solutions team, has seen technology come and go. On our 20th anniversary in business, Tom gives us a humorous look back to the tools and technologies that came, went, and stayed since Chariot became a company in 2002.
Abstract The Java Platform has seen a tremendous amount of evolution and improvements over the past five years in many different areas, including: language features in Java, Kotlin, and Scala; Functional Programming; dev environments; test workflows; Reactive; Stream processing; distributed data; containerization; serverless; and AoT compilation. This talk will give you a tour of the … Read More
Abstract In a world…. Where teams are distributed, asynchronous, and working across cultural and language differences, one tool emerges to save us all from off-hours meetings… Although this sounds like an ad for a new SaaS product that will be like all the others, it’s actually about something you all can do right now – … Read More
Abstract Addressing tech debt can feel like a Sisyphean task. After weeks of work, the success case is for the system to work the same as it used to. Organizations often declare code bankruptcy and rewrite working systems from scratch. How do we end up here? How could we have avoided it? And how do … Read More
Abstract For the sixth year in a row, Rust was declared the most loved programming language in the Stack Overflow 2021 developer survey, and there’s been an explosion of companies such as AWS, Microsoft, Google, and Huawei publicly discussing, contributing to, and investing in the language. In this talk, Rust core team member, Ashley, will … Read More
Abstract Hi, Spring fans! This year is going to be a big one for the Spring world! There’s a lot in store: Spring Framework 6 and Spring Boot 3, Spring GraphQL, GraalVM native image support, and so much more. Requiring Java 17 and Jakarta EE 9 as the new baseline is enabling the Spring team … Read More