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10 answers from our deep dive into Angular with Ken Rimple

Original article written by Technical.ly. We at Technical.ly don’t often get into the nitty gritty of technical topics because we’re journalists first, not developers. But that doesn’t mean we don’t want those kinds of stories on our site. In our latest experiment to produce more detail-oriented dev content and to try a new editorial feature for our Technical.ly Talent recruiting product, we ran an office hours session on Angular with Ken Rimple of Chariot Solutions on our public Slack (here’s…

Here’s a chance to hone your Angular skills without leaving the office

Angular expert Ken Rimple, of Chariot Solutions, to answer all your questions — July 27 on the Technical.ly public Slack. Get invite to Technical.ly Public Slack You’ve gotta be a little crazy to write software training courses. So says Ken Rimple, Chariot Solutions’ longtime head of training and mentoring services — and someone who will admit to a little bit of madness. Take that one time, at the SpringOne Platform conference, when he found out that SpringOne was no longer…

Geeks invade Philly: It’s also an HR play

People in software are different from the rest of us: They understand sentences like this: “The popular NoSQL database Cassandra eschews a master/slave partitioning design in favor of a fully peer-to-peer model which makes it robust and scalable.” Later this month, 550 of these people will be in Philadelphia for the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference, a sold-out trade show for the elite in software development sponsored by Chariot Solutions Inc., a software development consulting firm in Fort Washington….

Chariot Solutions client, Talelight, Featured on Fox 29

On March 5, 2017, Anthony W. Mongeluzo took to Fox29’s “Tech Tank” to discuss one of Chariot Solutions’ latest IoT projects: Talelight. After dreaming up the world’s first electronic bumper sticker, Ultimation LLC engaged us to bring this product to life with iOS and Android apps that create a bridge between Talelight’s hardware and an online sticker web store. Our team designed the Bluetooth Low Energy service for communication between the phone and the Talelight device, and according to Rober…

Chariot Solutions Partners with Canary Compliance to Eliminate Paper-Based Fuel Monitoring Systems

Smart hardware will ensure environmental compliance and eliminate unnecessary travel to service stations March 1, 2017 (Philadelphia) – Chariot Solutions, a leading enterprise application and mobile development consulting firm, has partnered with Canary Compliance on a cloud-based Underground Storage Tank (UST) environmental compliance management system. The product will provide real-time tank visibility to gas station owners, reducing risk, cost, and administrative burdens. Currently, many service stations use offline systems to check for leaks and monitor fuel levels. The networked solutions…

Chariot Solutions Develops Software for First Electronic Bumper Sticker by Ultimation, LLC

Interactive Talelight bumper sticker, using Bluetooth low energy, is now available to consumers January 01, 2017 (Philadelphia) – Chariot Solutions, a leading enterprise application and mobile development consulting firm, has completed work with Ultimation LLC to bring Talelight, the world’s first electronic bumper sticker, to market. Consumers are now able to purchase, create, and even sell bumper stickers, allowing for greater self-expression than ever before. Chariot developed iOS and Android apps to create a bridge between Talelight’s online sticker web…

Chariot’s CMO Tracey Welson-Rossman To Join the United State of Women Summit in DC

Two women from the Philly tech scene will be at the United State of Women Summit on June 14. Tracey Welson-Rossman, founder of TechGirlz, and Corinne Warnshuis, executive director of Girl Develop It, received the news on Thursday that they were selected to join a national group of women from several fields to discuss women’s issues in a discussion convened by the White House. “It’s a stamp of approval on what the TechGirlz team is doing,” Welson-Rossman said of the…

CMO Tracey Welson-Rossman Awarded Most Valuable Woman in Tech

Apttus recently released its Super Salesforce Women in Tech of 2016, and Chariot’s own Tracey-Welson Rossman was on the list! The women were nominated by their peers for their invaluable contributions and achievements inside of the Salesforce ecosystem and beyond. The report breaks nominees into 5 main categories, Philanthropy, Developers, Partners, Salesforce Admins, Salesforce MVPs and Salesforce Employees. Each was interviewed about her career journey, motivation, and advice for others. You can see the original article here. The full report…

Chariot Solutions Wins #1 Workplace in Philly for 2016

This article appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer on March 18, 2016, and was written by Chris Lombardi. You can view the original article on Philly.com here.   Mike Rappaport, CEO of Fort Washington IT firm Chariot Solutions, says he’s bemused when he hears open-source development called a “new idea.” Co-founder Tracey Welson-Rossman, now the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, feels similarly when “women in tech” or “family-friendly management” are hailed as something new or cutting-edge. These concepts are part of their…