Today we talk to our own Drew Rogers about some of the nuanced aspects of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and Development Operations (DevOps) within the rapidly evolving domain of sports betting.
In this week’s TechChat, we welcome Keith Gregory, our Cloud & Data Engineering Practice Lead here at Chariot. Keith is a prolific writer both on the Chariot blog as well as on his own, and is a wealth of knowledge on all things AWS. We touch on Redshift execution plans, how to appropriately size Redshift instances, a performance comparison between Amazon Redshift and Athena, and the value of AWS certificates. And if you’re going to the AWS Summit in NYC…
Michael Hulet is an iOS expert here at Chariot, and we talk candidly about some of the major announcements that came out of WWDC 2023.
Avdi Grimm is the founder of Graceful.Dev, where he helps developers grow their programming practice. We talk with him about feedback loops.
We welcome the effervescent DaShaun Carter, and talk Spring Boot 3.1.0, scaling to zero, and cloud native buildpacks.
Today we welcome two speakers from our upcoming Philly Emerging Tech conference: Yehuda Katz and Russ Danner! Yehuda Katz is the founder of creator of the Starbeam.js and EmberJS framework, among many others. He is also a Philly ETE veteran, having spoken at many of our conferences in the past. Russ Danner is the VP of Product at CrafterCMS, an enterprise-grade headless CMS. He’ll be speaking about how to build and deploy omni-channel solutions, and how to deal with the…
Guest Michael Hulet teaches us how to build more accessible solutions on iOS using available tools, frameworks, and standards.
Hosts Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia riff on the latest dev news with a look inside Valhalla, Sandpack 2.0, findings from the latest JS survey, and developing cross-platform apps.
Today we welcome Keith Gregory to the show! Keith is our AWS Practice Lead here at Chariot. We cover some announcements from AWS re:Invent, and do a deep dive into CodeCatalyst, OpenSearch Serverless, Lambda Snapstart, Redshift streaming ingestion from Kafka/Kinesis, and EventBridge Pipes.