Some writing worth reading, as well as interesting graphs,
“wages have lagged productivity since the 1970s” by @BCAppelbaum (via...
0 replies - 2013 views - 01/02/14 by Arthur Charpentier in Articles
The following problem illustrates how the smallest changes to a
problem can have large consequences. As explained at the end of the
post, this problem is a...
0 replies - 5768 views - 01/01/14 by John Cook in Articles
There is so much debate on the SQL vs NoSQL subject, and probably
this is our natural way of understanding and learning what’s the best
way of storing...
2 replies - 6428 views - 12/31/13 by Vlad Mihalcea in Articles
is a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and
sharing across distributed applications, or frameworks. Think of it as...
0 replies - 2437 views - 12/31/13 by Joe Stein in Articles
According to this recent post from JP Kabler, you're not a data scientist just because you work with Hadoop a bit, and know some Python, and have some chops...
1 replies - 8020 views - 12/31/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
Mainstream Big Data is all about MapReduce, but when looking at real-time data, limitations of that approach are starting to show. In this post, I’ll review...
0 replies - 65696 views - 12/30/13 by Mikio Braun in Articles
For the 100th post on this category (where I try to share what I read somewhere else, on the internet) bookmarked on my twitter account (I
0 replies - 8021 views - 12/30/13 by Arthur Charpentier in Articles
This is the sixth and final blog in an introduction to Apache HBase. In the fifth part,
we learned the basics of schema design in HBase and several...
0 replies - 2912 views - 12/30/13 by Scott Leberknight in Articles
0 replies - 1877 views - 12/29/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
Solr makes Spellcheck easy. Super-easy, in fact. All you need to do is to change some stuff in solrconfig.xml, and voila, spellcheck suggestions!
0 replies - 5641 views - 12/27/13 by Kelvin Tan in Articles
Integration doesn't have to be difficult, complex, or
expensive. You can provide a solid infrastructure for pulling together legacy
systems, various third...
0 replies - 159 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Uncategorized
Read this blog to learn about the rules that dispel the
misconceptions about Spring Framework and Java EE.
0 replies - 219 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Uncategorized
will no longer release future major releases of Oracle GlassFish Server with
commercial support. Read this blog to find out what this means for you...
0 replies - 213 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Uncategorized
source integration software addresses two of the biggest challenges in IT: the
high cost of infrastructure software and the limitations of a closed...
0 replies - 344 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Whitepapers
Read this paper to learn how you can create an
intelligent, integrated enterprise that dramatically increases both customer
0 replies - 228 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Whitepapers
patterns are reusable, mini-software architectures created to solve particular
classes of implementation problems that frequently arise in practice....
0 replies - 690 views - 12/26/13 by Kristine Kelly in Whitepapers
Apache Mahout is a “scalable machine learning library” which, among
others, contains implementations of various single-node and distributed...
0 replies - 3581 views - 12/26/13 by Adam Warski in Articles
In this post, I'll show you what you need to do to implement a custom Solr QueryParser.
Extend the QParserPlugin:public class TestQueryParserPlugin...
0 replies - 5568 views - 12/24/13 by Kelvin Tan in Articles
hear the term “unstructured data” often. It’s brought up as the
enormous challenge of big data and often cited as the reason why
0 replies - 4269 views - 12/23/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the
Week in the Big Data Zone (Dec. 13 to Dec. 19). Here they are, in order
0 replies - 3668 views - 12/22/13 by Alec Noller in Articles