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Hands on: Build a Storm analytics solution

Storm lets you create real-time analytics for every conceivable need. Here's a tasty example using Twitter data and source code hosted on GitHub.


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Functional programming piques Ruby founder, picks up Python compiler

Streem could end up being the basis for future Ruby upgrades, while Mochi brings key functional programming features to Python.

Comparing JVM libraries for MongoDB

Get a quick look at how four leading Java-based libraries for MongoDB handle a common REST-services use case.

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MongoDB gets its first native analytics tool

A new open source analytics tool, SlamData adds extensions to SQL that enable analysts to query MongoDB directly, without conversion to an RDBMS.

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We all will be coders: Don't fear the future of software development

Within 10 years all primary school graduates in the UK will know how to code, but there will still be plenty of work for the pros.

Over 30 vulnerabilities found in Google App Engine

Researchers escaped the Java sandbox on the cloud platform and executed code on the underlying system

Tech conference leaders: What Node.js fork?

Intuit Node Day presenters were mum about the recent Node.js fork, while developers weighed its impact on Node-based projects and tools.

Q&A: Why io.js decided to fork Node.js

In an interview, io.js team member Mikeal Rogers discusses the motivation behind the action and what they hope to accomplish.

11 open source tools for making the most of machine learning

11 open source tools to make the most of machine learning

Tap the predictive power of machine learning with these diverse, easy-to-implement libraries and frameworks

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Storm or Spark: Choose your real-time weapon

Real-time business intelligence is going mainstream, thanks in part to the Storm and Spark open source projects. Here's how to choose between them.

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Beyond Storm for streaming data applications

Why a distributed, in-memory, SQL-relational database beats Apache Storm for apps that make real-time decisions on streaming data.

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Socket programming for scalable systems

Three iterations of a client-server example demonstrate the timeless utility of Java I/O, while also showcasing the streamlined concurrency and scalability features of NIO and NIO.2.

More new features coming to Java 9

Oracle commits to swapping JARs for modules in JDK 9 and adds four new JEPs. Comments for the targeted JEPs close on December 1.

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The full stack developer is dead, long live the un-stack developer

The un-stack developer uses only the stack technologies that make sense for their software project.

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6 ways to nail the job interview

Learn what IT hiring managers say are the most common interviewing mistakes and how you can avoid making them. Millennials, these tips are especially for you.

Splice Machine 1.0 offers speedy, scalable SQL on Hadoop

Splice Machine update offers cross-integration with Hadoop apps and supports migration paths from other databases.

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Peer-to-peer: How to build a career in software development

Four developers explain how both careful planning and following the unexpected have helped them build their dream careers.

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Java ME 8 and the Internet of Things

For Java developers just getting started with embedded programming and IoT, this guide will orient you in Java ME's history and the new Java ME 8 and Java Embedded platforms.

In-memory computing brings real-time intelligence to operational systems

In-memory data grids enable instant responses to financial transactions, shopping cart contents, monitoring streams, and other operational data.

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