In today’s blog post, we have a video taken at our Groovy/Grails seminar. If we were surprised at how much enthusiasm the attendees had, there needed to be some sort of explanation of why there is such a devoted following. Ken Rimple takes some time out of his speaking part at the seminar to explain … Read More
Last week Chariot Solutions hosted a one-day seminar around Groovy and Grails. Or Grails and Groovy if that is your preference. Chariot has been trying to have two events a year, the larger Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise in the spring, and a smaller event in the fall. We have tried to use the fall … Read More
It was great to catch up with a good friend of Chariot’s, Chris Richardson. Chris’s company, Cloud Foundry, was purchased by Springsource in August, right before the Springsource acquisition by VMWare. In the interview below, Chris discusses what Cloud Foundry does and where it fits into the Springsource family.
We were able to conduct a short interview with Graeme Rocher and Jeff Brown, Grails leads, at SpringOne 2GX. They review some of the new features that will be available in Grails 1.2. And if you are looking to learn more about Grails: click here.
Gordon Dickens sat down with Ken Rimple today to give a a quick rundown on his view of the conference so far on the Chariot TechCast. Below are some of points he recounts from Rod Johnson’s keynote, which opens SpringOne/2GX: Rod Johnson spoke of the history of SpringSource and how the community (estimated at around … Read More
The opening night festivities have kicked off this year’s SpringOne and 2GX (Groovy/Grails). The keynote is happening right now and we will be giving a recap during the day tomorrow. While we are here, we hope to also interview (video or audio) a some of the committers we know to get an update on their … Read More
Today, I interviewed Andy Oswald, one of our architects. Andy is embarking on developing an Android application for the Philly ETE conference. In this talk, he discusses the choices he made in getting started. With so much information, he shows the particular path he took which may help if you are beginning this type of … Read More
Chariot Solutions was once a start up, way back in 2002. The beginning and the first few years were a roller coaster ride. And even though, we are now at the ripe old age of 7, I like to think we continue to operate with the spirit of a start up. Because of our background, … Read More
For our 2010 edition of Emerging Tech, we are happy to be sharing some of our time with our friends from Sonatype. At this year’s conference, Jason van Zyl, approached our team about working with the Maven or Apache groups to have a joint event. It was very nice to hear that speaker who travels … Read More
Yesterday, Skip Shuda and Marilyn Moran, of Team and a Dream, stopped by our offices to discuss social media and what it means to Chariot’s team members. We reviewed some of the basics, but also discussed why a person in the technical field should care. After our meeting, they sat down for an interview with … Read More