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FOSS Skills that will Get You Hired This Year

The FOSS appeal seems to be growing. Industry pundits reveal that open source skills can be a great differentiator for aspiring tech candidates in 2014. The sluggish economy and the high number of…

An Introduction to Hadoop and Big Data Analysis

Hadoop has become a central platform to store big data through its Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) as well as to run analytics on this stored big data using its MapReduce component. This…

It's so big!

Impact of Big Data on Enterprise Integration

This article explains the new challenges in enterprise integration caused by the advent of big data, and presents some approaches to overcome them. Big data is the latest buzz-word in the industry. At…

Taming the Big Data with Hadoop

Taming the Big Data Beast with Hadoop and Alternatives

Turn the clock back to 1970 — the year in which Edgar Codd published the paper “A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks”. In it he described a language called…

Dynamic instrumentation frameworks

CodeSport (June 2011)

In this month’s column, we continue our discussion of binary instrumentation tools, and look at a few popular dynamic instrumentation frameworks. Last month, we had discussed various memory errors such as uninitialised memory…

Building the Cloud

Building the Cloud with Open Source and Open Standards

Open source software and standards are not just beneficial, but highly essential for a heterogeneous, shared and scalable environment such as the “cloud”. What’s more, the community has promptly readied the tools needed…

MapReduce

(Hadoop) MapReduce: More Power, Less Code

This is an introduction to MapReduce as a framework for beginners in distributed computing, and a short tutorial on Hadoop, an open source MapReduce implementation. It is intended for anyone with significant experience…

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