Recently, the author did a couple of talks about modeling with Neo4j, and there were a few questions about how indexing works with labels that are being introduced in Neo4j 2.0. As well as defining properties on nodes, we can also assign them a label which can be used to categorize different groups of nodes.
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“Mark Hansen to journalists: ‘You have to get your hands dirty. You have to write some code' - "Don’t get me wrong, however, I don’t want to overly fetishize the task of coding, but in part, knowing to code makes you better able to think about and work with digital technology."
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Sure it's a little over-simplified... almost all analogies are. But I think Juniper's David Noguer Bau makes a helpful metaphor for how today's networks work and how the software-defined networks of tomorrow will work.
I just spent the better part of an hour trying to effectively install a version of python that doesn’t affect the rest of my system. So many guides will tell you to do simply use system python which comes with easy_install and install pip with sudo. Don’t do this, For many reasons.
The larger the effort, the more we need to estimate. And, the more your estimate will be wrong. The more we estimate, the more we have schedule games. That’s why I suggested you use agile approaches. You can break things down, and iterate.
Writing a Brainfuck interpreter is fun, in contrary to actually using this "language." The syntax is dead simple and semantics are rather clear. Thus writing such interpreter is a good candidate for Kata session, TDD practice, etc.
One would hope that working with synonyms should be as simple as tossing a set of synonyms into the synonyms.txt file and just having Solr “do the right thing.”™ Unfortunately, especially as you get into more complex uses of synonyms, such as multi-term synonyms, there are several gotchas.
Looks like Alex Freedland's recent prediction that OpenStack Will Eat IaaS AND PaaS Vendors could be coming true. Just last week, Rackspace, one of the founders of OpenStack and a primary steward of many of its projects, announced Project Solum.