In this speaker series, Chariot’s CMO Tracey Welson-Rossman and other experts cover the ramifications of a potential female succession on the economy.
Lead by Chariot’s CMO Tracey Welson-Rossman, this presentation is a high-level overview of the Philadelphia tech and startup ecosystem, the challenges ahead, and what trends to watch for.
Lead by Chariot’s Pete Fleming and Michael Geise, this will be a hands-on workshop where attendees kick the tires of an online whiteboard tool and explore some basic Product & Design exercises.
Problem Framing invites us to explore human-centered problems, before jumping to solutions. Join Jay Melone from New Haircut to learn how problem framing will align and inspire your team to tackle critical problems worth solving.
In this free webinar, Ken Rimple will explain how to take a new application from concept to production in AWS in eight weeks.
There are almost as many pathways into product management as there are product managers. Join us as we hear from 4 product managers with vastly different journeys into their current profession.
Java turns 25! Brought to you by Chariot Solutions and PhillyJUG, this event will try to take stock of Java at 25 by looking at its past, and where the language is headed in the future.
Nobody said being a PM was easy, but the challenges when you move into people management can be especially difficult. Come join a virtual talk with Aron Solberg, Group PM at Dropbox, to hear about his own career journey and the difficult lessons he learned along the way.
In this 45 minute talk I’ll give a quick overview of AWS CodeBuild, then dive into a few of the challenges I’ve faced, from dealing with build errors properly, configuring CodeBuild to run inside of AWS, testing locally so you don’t go crazy waiting for 15 minutes each time you deploy a new build, running tools like Cypress, to building and deploying Docker containers to ECS, and more.
ProductTank Philly is once again joining forces with Technical.ly & other local meetups for one great big virtual get together. The plan is to keep it to a tight 90 minutes starting with a few lightning tech talks and then a fun trivia contest — with prizes! Come and help us represent ProductTank Philly and compete against others in trivia that will range from computer history and internet culture to local tech community facts and more.