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I/O Demystified

With all the hype on highly scalable server design and the rage behind nodejs I have been meaning to do some focused reading on IO design patterns to which until now couldn’t ...
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JMX : Some Introductory Notes

JMX (Java Management Extensions) is a J2SE technology which enables management and monitoring of Java applications. The basic idea is to implement a set of management objects and register ...
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So you are a programmer…

Been there. Done that. And suffered for that…Programming is fun. But there are some other associated stuff we programmers blissfully skip or procrastinate because they ...
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Learn by Errors : Java + OSGi

Recently I worked on getting Apache Hive work inside an OSGi environment. While not proving to be a proverbial piece of cake (software right?.. Why am I not surprised? ), it led ...
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Joins with Map Reduce

I have been reading on Join implementations available for Hadoop for past few days. In this post I recap some techniques I learnt during the process. The joins can be done at both Map ...
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Monitoring : Making sense of the buzz word jungle

Nowadays we are constantly reminded of the virtues of being proactive or more colloquially put “Being one step ahead of the game” when it comes to handling our businesses whether ...
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SSH Tunneling Explained

Recently I wanted to set up a remote desktop sharing session from home pc to my laptop. While going through the set up guide I came across ssh tunneling. Even though there are many ...
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Apache Thrift Quickstart Tutorial

Thrift is a cross language RPC framework initially developed at Facebook, now open sourced as an Apache project. This post will describe how to write a thrift service and client in ...
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