Chariot’s Head of Product & UX Design, Pete Fleming, talks to consultant Tom Purcell about how developers create better software when they partner with designers.
In this episode of 15 Minutes With, Tracey Welson-Rossman sits down with Tiffany Wilson, the new President & CEO of the Science Center.
Today, Tracey Welson-Rossman and Sue Spolan chat with Susan Springsteen, the President of H2O Connected, LLC. H2O Connected is an IoT solution that gives property managers immediate insights into their toilet systems to detect leaks, monitor activity, prioritize repairs, get flooding alerts, and more.
In this episode, our host Keith Gregory talks to Drew Rogers, a consultant here at Chariot. Drew specializes in DevOps, and recently worked with a client that needed to be untethered from any particular cloud platform — like AWS, or Google. So he implemented a solution that involved a Kubernetes cluster running on Azure.
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.
Tracey Welson-Rossman talks to Edwige Robinson, the Vice President of Mobile Engineering Services at Comcast. What advice does Edwige have for businesses interested in bringing their product or service to phones, either via app or responsive website? What should be considered when planning a well-rounded mobile strategy? And once the mobile solution is implemented, how do you use customer data and behavior insights to make better, more informed business decisions?
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.
In this video, Tracey Welson-Rossman talks to Don Coleman, CIO of Chariot Solutions. They discuss PropTech – what it is, how it creates conveniences and cost savings for homeowners and real estate managers, and how they see it being applied to new challenges in the future.
Chariot developers Matt Gilbride and David Esterkin are currently working on a product that handles terabyte scales of highly regulated, secure data from clinical trials that must be fully HIPAA compliant. Sometimes this data is so confidential that they can’t even see or access it. So how does HIPAA compliance change the way software developers have to do their job?
Gathering, cleaning, manipulating, and assessing data is a complex (and expensive) job – especially if the data takes a wide variety of forms, and comes from many different sources. So why should companies invest in that work?