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.
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 this time of COVID-19, that we realize that every company is now a technology company.
This meetup will be a hands-on workshop. We’ll kick the tires of an online whiteboard tool and explore some basic Product & Design exercises.
In this Lunch & Learn, our panel of AWS experts look at some of the mistakes they made using AWS’ 200+ services, and how they could have been avoided.
Tune in to hear how companies are tackling the challenges of development when all the stakeholders can’t be in the same room, how vendors brought into a product’s development pivot to meet the needs from a virtual seat at the table, and what technology challenges lie ahead.
In this series, we aim to foster a community of learning and sharing among the best and brightest product and design leaders around. Come listen in on how to guide your teams through the pandemic, and add your voice to the conversation.
A few Philly-based Meetups are doing virtual meetups during the month of April. Feel free to browse and join!
The ways you can engage AWS to run applications in the cloud are numerous: traditional application deployments on an EC2 virtual machine, containerized applications running on ECS or Kubernetes, or fully serverless. Chariot’s Ken Rimple, director of Training/Mentoring Services, will take you through some sample architectures and the pros/cons of complexity, cost, and technical considerations for each one.
ETE is one of the largest gatherings of developers in the mid-Atlantic and is well known for convening the leaders of the open source community to teach, talk, and explore how new technologies are changing software development.