Ken and Becca talk to Alex Hillman about the launch of his new book, The Tiny MBA: 100 Very Short Lessons about the Long Game of Business.
Keith Gregory talks to Andrew Ganim, one of Chariot’s experienced software consultants, about his recent project: building a data pipeline for a multinational company.
Ken and Becca riff on some recent dev/tech news: Grant Imahara, of Mythbuster fame, and his passing (RIP), tech solutions for beauty companies impacted by Coronavirus, SQL tricks, podcasts we’re really into, and a short rant from Ken on serverless.
So, everyone’s talking about Serverless… and serverless, and server-less. Let’s talk about why Ken thinks Serverless = lower developer productivity and why containers still rule the day. Register now for this July meetup.
Our special guest, Keith Gregory, AWS Practice Lead here at Chariot, joins us to talk about Elastic Search and implementing it on AWS.
We’re going to try something a bit different this month. No speakers, no presentations, no workshop… just good old peer to peer conversations!
Join our discussion with industry leaders in government, healthcare, property management, and sports, that adding tech to deliver your product or service involves planning, disruption, and innovation. It is time, especially during COVID-19, that we realize that every company is now a technology company.
Today Ken covers ReactJS Concurrent, gets excited about Angular 10, and talks about the way people share and learn from post mortem reports.
As a champion for diversity and inclusion, along with being an underrepresented founder herself, Liz Brown talks about how increased accessibility is changing the face of life science and startups.
Ken discusses some of the virtual tooling he’s used or come across in developing software, including web IDEs, VMs, Docker, and more.