"Search Engines" tag
Building the Semantic Web

Web 3.0: Building the Semantic Web

You might have come across the term “Semantic Web Applications” often, during talks about the future of Web apps. Check out what this is all about. There are two aspects to the possible…

WordPress time!

10 WordPress Plugins for Power Blogging

The power of WordPress lies in its many plugins, which can greatly enhance its functionality. Understanding the plugin infrastructure and equipping your WordPress site with them, gives you an edge by getting a…

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…

Search

The Needle and the Haystack: Exploring Search Models, Part 1

Searching for the proverbial needle in the haystack occurs millions of times a day in the realm of cyberspace. Ever looked under the hood of a search engine — that apparently Rube Goldberg…

Bing is King!

Bing – have you heard of it? Bing seems to be everywhere these days, be it on the social media, the traditional media or even on coffee tables among developers. But, will it really make those at Redmond exclaim, “Bingo”? Read on for a holistic view, with a twist of humor.

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