Chariot Day: Then and Now

New and Cool AJAX, DWR and Spring Intro to JPA Spring and Groovy Intro to Ruby Selenium Web Testing Firebug: Web Debugging Evolved Spring Webflow Django as a Second Language Intro to Maven Google AppEngine: A Simple App Introduction to Asynchronous Servlets Introduction to Spring Batch Apache Camel Intro to Lift Grails Is, Knows, and … Read More

Chariot Summer Training Schedule – Maven, Rails and Spring Courses

We are excited to announce the following courses on our schedule between now and August. Registration can be performed online by following the links below. In addition to these course offerings, we can provide private, on-or-offsite training for your developers. Introduction to Maven (SonaType’s Maven 101 course) – a great introduction to Maven, this course … Read More

David Black at Philly ETE

David Black was kind enough to give two talks at the conference this year. The first is entitled Opinionated is Relative: Choice and Modularity in Rails Applications. The second, Barbara, Demeter, and Don: Notes on Some CS Precepts from a Non-Scientist Programmer, was rated as one of the best talks by one of Chariot’s consultants. … Read More

Developing the ETE Conference iPhone Application

As you probably know, Chariot is hosting its annual ETE conference this April. This year we’ve added mobile device support for obtaining all the conference information an attendee would need. This included a mobile browser friendly web site, and both iPhone and Android native applications. I had the pleasure of working on the iPhone application … Read More

Why You Need NoSql in Your Toolbox

Even if you work for Oracle, you still need NoSql databases in your toolbox. One size does not fit all for programming languages, operating systems, IDEs, shoes, bailouts, or anything else. But for a long time now, many developers have been told that relational databases are really the only choice for persistence. If you need … Read More