Building a holiday light display for his own home spurred Al Iacovella’s interest in microcontrollers, data, and the internet of things.
Chariot Day is a longstanding company tradition where Charioteers give presentations on topics about which they are passionate. The topics may be, but don’t necessarily have to be, related to software development. I am a new Chariot member, and I was eagerly looking forward to my first Chariot Day. This year’s presentations were all over … Read More
Socrates once said “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing about blockchain” // Your programming language might hate the environment! // Alexa can be a real jerk!!! // Chariot Day is an opportunity for Charioteers to share the things that they are most passionate about with other members of the Chariot family.
I recently attended the O’Reilly AI Conference in New York where artificial intelligence practitioners showcased the impressive strides they’ve made so far in using AI for real-world applications
Justin Reagor attended “The Eleventh HOPE” – a conference from the Hacker Quarterly. This is his show review.
One thing Chariot people love to do is learn new technologies and techniques. Being consultants constantly challenged in the field, keeping our blades sharp is key to doing battle. Every year or so we get together and run our own internal conference to see what each of our current passions are. We call it Chariot … Read More
New and Cool AJAX, DWR and Spring Intro to JPA Spring and Groovy Intro to Ruby Selenium Web Testing Firebug: Web Debugging Evolved Spring Webflow Django as a Second Language Intro to Maven Google AppEngine: A Simple App Introduction to Asynchronous Servlets Introduction to Spring Batch Apache Camel Intro to Lift Grails Is, Knows, and … Read More
No, Chariot Day is not a group of Ben Hur enthusiasts reenacting Roman-era racing. Chariot Day is a one day technical conference put on by the techies at my company, Chariot Solutions, on a Saturday. To borrow a phrase, Chariot Day is of the people, by the people, for the people. It is loose, it … Read More