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August 8, 2017  7:15 PM

Big-Data is helping in wildlife conservation

shwati12 Profile: shwati12
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Objective Big data is on the boom these days. It has been helping every field. Let us see few of the projects of Big Data in Wildlife Conservation that has used Big data and Machine Learning as their key components.

August 8, 2017  7:13 PM

C# vs. Java: 5 Irreplaceable C# features we’d kill to have in Java

OverOps Profile: OverOps
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The perfect programming language doesn’t exist. I hope we can agree on that, if nothing else. New languages are often developed in response to the shortcomings of another, and each is inevitably stronger...


August 8, 2017  7:13 PM

The Top 5 Disadvantages of Not Implementing an Exception Inbox Zero Policy

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Inbox zero is a concept that has been around for a while, and one that tries to help you keep a clear email inbox and a focused mind. Now imagine, what if you could take this concept, and apply it to your...


July 20, 2017  5:49 PM

The top 100 Java libraries in 2017 – Based on 259,885 source files

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It feels like only yesterday we were scraping data from GitHub to discover what are the top Java libraries of 2016, and all of a sudden another year has passed. This year, we’re kicking this data crunch up...


June 30, 2017  1:59 PM

Don’t Miss These 7 Talks for Software Architects at QCon New York

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We’ve been preparing for QCon New York for months, and finally it’s just around the corner! It’s one of the leading professional conferences for software architects, developers, and technical team leads to learn about the latest technologies. There will be 3 packed days of sessions from...


June 30, 2017  1:51 PM

Docker Monitoring: 5 Methods for Monitoring Java Applications in Docker

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Running applications in containers is an increasingly popular way of maintaining large, distributed stacks that change based on demand. The Java VM heritage makes it an ideal language for container-based infrastructures. With many moving parts and components, monitoring Java applications in...


May 19, 2017  2:12 PM

“AI First” the mantra for Google I/O 2017

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Google's annual worldwide developer conference (Google I/O) kicked off at the Shoreline Auditorium in Mountain View, California on Wednesday morning. Seven thousand people...


April 30, 2017  11:58 PM

List of Best Hadoop Administration Books.

AmanMaheshwari Profile: AmanMaheshwari
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Best Hadoop administration Books

So let us see various books being suggested by experts for learning Hadoop admin tasks to land in your dream company and perform all


April 30, 2017  11:57 PM

Fault Tolerance in Apache Spark.

VijaySharma Profile: VijaySharma
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Introduction to Fault Tolerance in Apache Spark

Before we start with learning what is fault tolerance in Spark, let us revise concepts of


April 13, 2017  1:24 PM

Architecting cloud systems and the human side of DevOps deployment

George Lawton Profile: George Lawton
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According to Adrian Cockcroft, VP of cloud architecture at AWS, one of the biggest challenges in architecting cloud systems lies in architecting the people side of things. Along with the work he does at Amazon, Cockcroft...


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