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December, 2016

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December 30, 2016  1:24 AM

The essential Java 9 feature you probably never heard of

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Java 9 is set to release in July 2017, and it will come with a list of new and revised features, methods, and other elements. In our search through the JDK enhancement proposals (JEP), we came across JEP...

December 30, 2016  1:23 AM

Introducing automated enterprise routing: Finding the right person for the right bug

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One of the main key points we focus on here at OverOps, is being able to cut through the operational noise of millions of shallow log events. By doing that, we’re able to filter out the most critical...


December 30, 2016  1:22 AM

Skills needed to become a successful data scientist

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Data scientists are big data wranglers. They take huge amount of messy data points (unstructured and structured) and clean, massage and organize them with their formidable skills in math, statistics and programming. Then they apply all their analytic powers to uncover hidden solutions to business...


December 30, 2016  1:22 AM

Java wish list: The top differences between Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure and Kotlin

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It doesn’t matter if you’re developing in Java, Scala or any other JVM languages, there’s always something new to learn about from other JVM languages. Some of the most “basic” elements in one...


December 30, 2016  1:21 AM

Hadoop tutorial – A comprehensive guide for beginners

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This Hadoop tutorial provides thorough introduction of Hadoop. The tutorial covers what is Hadoop, what is the need of Hadoop, why hadoop is most popular, Hadoop Architecture, data flow, Hadoop daemons, different flavours, introduction of Hadoop...


December 27, 2016  11:47 PM

Four DevOps best practices to adopt 2017

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Looking back at the DevOps Enterprise Summit in San Francisco, there was a wealth of speakers representing a wide range of organizations from vendors...


December 15, 2016  4:51 PM

Yes, DevOps initiatives sometimes fail

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Why do DevOps initiatives sometimes fail, and how can they be more successful? Gene Kim, author of The Phoenix Project, admitted that most of the stories that get told and retold about DevOps transitions are glowing successes. This survivor bias means that the fiascos don’t get all the...


December 15, 2016  4:34 PM

Reactive streams and the weird case of back pressure

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There are a lot of initiatives that aim to improve workflows for developers, but only some actually makes it to a living and breathing concept. One of them is Reactive Streams.


December 15, 2016  4:33 PM

Big data processing catches the eye of income tax enforcement

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Enter PostOn 8th Nov-16, when honourable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi began his first ever televised address to the nation, there was great curiosity among the people to know what it was all about. But suddenly there was a shock...


December 15, 2016  4:31 PM

The surprising truth of Java exceptions: What is really going on under the hood?

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Unlike finding out how a sausage gets made, a deeper understanding of Java exceptions is a piece of knowledge you wouldn’t regret learning more about.


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