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February, 2017

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February 27, 2017  4:34 PM

How to win at an IoT hackathon

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The IoT hackathon, known as ‘Collidathon’ as it takes place at Collide Village in Addison, Texas, just concluded and three winning concepts were chosen from over a dozen teams. Unlike most technology hackathons, this event kept a laser focus on the commercial side of technical innovation....

February 26, 2017  3:28 PM

Addressing the challenges of modern day big data science

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The Dallas Data Science Conference for 2017 focused on the three key areas of technology, innovation, and career for a large audience of students, industry professionals, and entrepreneurs. The event was hosted by the Data Science...


February 22, 2017  10:57 PM

Arguing the business case for IoT adoption

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With every new technology, there are early adopters and late ones—those eager to jump on the freshest innovation and those who wait to see how others fare. For businesses, there are two main reasons to adopt IoT. First, there is the chance to solve an existing...


February 22, 2017  9:05 PM

Unclear strategies and a lack of expertise remain common IoT challenges

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As an increasing number of businesses embrace the Internet of Things to create more efficiency, reach new market segments, and innovate for the future, they are facing IoT challenges along the way. For some, the question is one of clarity in purpose. For others, the...


February 22, 2017  8:56 PM

Comparison between Apache Storm and Apache Spark streaming

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This tutorial covers difference between Apache Storm and Apache Spark streaming. Apache Storm is the stream processing engine for processing real time streaming data while Apache Spark is general purpose...


February 20, 2017  3:59 PM

IoT analytics reveal the true value of edge device deployment

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Over the past two decades, many aspects of technology have become cheaper and cheaper. IoT is no exception. Objects that would have been too low-value to connect a few years ago are now becoming part of the Internet of Things. But simply having connected or smart tech...


February 20, 2017  3:31 PM

Apache Spark – Top interview questions and answers

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Objective This blog lists commonly asked and important interview questions & answers of Apache Spark which you should prepare. Each question is associated with detailed answer, which will make you confident to face the interviews of Apache Spark. This guide lists...


February 20, 2017  3:29 PM

What’s the top Java Logging method on GitHub? String concatenation vs parameterized logging

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A log is a log is a log. Some of us use dedicated log tools to monitor it, while others prefer going through the raw log lines with their very own eyes. It doesn’t matter how we consume it – it’s an...


February 20, 2017  3:28 PM

Feature wise comparison between Apache Hadoop vs Spark vs Flink

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This Apache Hadoop vs Spark vs Flink comparison tutorial is most comprehensive guide covering feature-wise comparison between Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark and Apache Flink. Learn what is difference between spark and flink, what is the new features added in flink which makes it 4G of Big Data....


February 20, 2017  3:28 PM

The Leprechaun Trap: A Thread Dump Analysis Pattern

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Starting from a fine grain of salt to complex cosmos, there are patterns everywhere. A true pattern withstands time. They are changeless in the ever-changing world. It requires a lot of hard labor, rich experience (both good and bad), laser focus, and perseverance to crystallize and create patterns...


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