At Element 84 we help groups rethink how they approach technology and are particularly focused on supporting migration to the cloud. As we moved from local hard drives to the cloud, there are things we took for granted when it came to file formats. On your own hard drive reads are cheap and latency is […]
Earlier this month, Dan Pilone, our Co-founder and CEO spent a few hours with Maxime Lenormand at the Minds Behind Maps Podcast. The conversation spans a variety of topics from Dask and Xarray, game theory and open source software, through people-focused growth and Element 84’s hiring process. Dan Pilone is the CEO and co-founder of […]
Netlify is a platform for web developers and designers that offers hosting and serverless backend services. Here, we provide Azavea’s top three use cases for it and its benefits for our software engineers and designers.
All of our developers are on Mac or Linux, but we can still do Windows work using .NET Core. Using this open-source technology we can develop applications for organizations that are restricted to a Windows-based environment and .NET technologies.
We’ve seen a trend in requests from potential clients. Organizations are bringing us complex, built-in-house Excel spreadsheets and asking us to convert them into web-based decision-support tools to make their data more useful, user-friendly, and secure.
At the end of June, Casual Space Podcast hosted by Beth Mund, published a conversation she had with Dan Pilone, Co-Founder and CTO. The conversation covered a lot of ground (pun intended!). It was impressive that Dan was the first person she’s had on her show to talk about the data and informatics side of […]