In this episode of the TechCast, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia talk to five speakers of Philly ETE – Mike Hartington of Drifty, Jeff Labonski of Chariot Solutions, Martin Snyder of Wingspan, Alex Miller, co-author of Clojure Applied and organizer of The Strange Loop conference, and Andrea Falcone of Twitter.
We wanted to give you a cross-section of our speakers in a given conference year, and this group definitely covers a good range.
You can learn more about Philly ETE, the developer-friendly, Chariot-sponsored conference here.
We Talk To:
- Mike Hartington (@mhartington) about the time frame of Ionic 2, a mobile framework that makes it incredibly easy to build interactive mobile apps using HTML5 and AngularJS. We also talk about how Ionic 2 coincides with the Angular 2 beta releases.
- Martin Snyder (@MartinSnyder) about delivering agile methodologies in hostile work environments.
- Jeff Labonski, a vetted startup founder, about the pitfalls of technology selection for businesses, some anti-patterns to avoid, and the importance of always having backup plans for your development team.
- Alex Miller (@puredanger) about the steady growth and future of Clojure and ClojureScript. We also get into the best beginner books for learning Clojure: Clojure Applied (which he co-authored), Clojure for the Brave and True, and Living Clojure.
- Andrea Falcone (@asfalcone) about the vast productivity that Fabric and Fastlane offers mobile development teams, and how it gets Android and iOS apps onto the market faster.
Chariot Technology Architect Sujan Kapadia (@sujankapadia) will be speaking at the following events:
- Reactive NYC Meetup in New York City. His talk is titled “Don’t block on it! Migrate your codebase before its too late!” Check it out and register on Meetup.com.
- At Philly Tech Week he’ll be conducting a 3 hour intro to Scala workshop titled “Intro to Scala: Fear no more!” Check it out and register here.