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A 20th Anniversary Look Back in Technology: Tom Purcell

Tom Purcell, a consultant and founding member of the Chariot Solutions team, has seen technology come and go. On our 20th anniversary in business, Tom gives us a humorous look back to the tools and technologies that came, went, and stayed since Chariot became a company in 2002.

Philly ETE 2022 — A Tour of the Modern Java Platform — Bruce Eckel & James Ward

Abstract The Java Platform has seen a tremendous amount of evolution and improvements over the past five years in many different areas, including: language features in Java, Kotlin, and Scala; Functional Programming; dev environments; test workflows; Reactive; Stream processing; distributed data; containerization; serverless; and AoT compilation. This talk will give you a tour of the … Read More

Philly ETE 2022 — How Amber is Driving Java’s Evolution — Billy Korando

Abstract Project Amber is an OpenJDK project delivering productivity focused language improvements to Java. In this presentation we will be covering key changes delivered by project Amber in recent Java versions, understand the theme and motivations behind these changes, and peek into the future to see where Project Amber is leading the Java language! If … Read More

Philly ETE 2021 — Journey to the Centre of the JVM — Daniel Spiewak

Abstract What do you do when your quest for power leads you to implementations which are not just platform-but processor- and even architecture-version-specific in nature? How do you even start tracking down a bug in a Scala-based implementation which is not only nondeterministic, but only manifests on certain hardware? In this talk, we will dive … Read More

Java at 25: A Business Perspective

While Java may not always be the “sexiest” choice in today’s technology landscape, it might just be the best one for your needs.

Java at 25: Retrospective and Futures

Java has been around for the duration many professional developer careers. This event, brought to you by Chariot Solutions, will try to take stock of Java at 25.