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A 3 Step Guide to Getting Started with NoSQL

I have been looking in to NoSQL databases for few months and would like to share my experience with it. This is a post might help you if you indent to start learning about the NoSQL ...
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How To Accept Bitcoin Payments

Bitcoin is gaining popularity, and last week I decided to implement it as a payment option for my computer-generated music service. Why I decided to do that is detailed here (payment ...
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Yes Small Companies Can – and Should – Build Secure Software

‘For large software companies or major corporations such as banks or health care firms with large custom software bases, investing in software security can prove to be valuable ...
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Big Data 2013 Predictions

If you just invested a lot of money in a Big Data solution from any of the traditional BI vendors (Teradata, IBM, Oracle, SAS, EMC, HP, etc.) then you are likely to see a sub-optimal ...
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5 Strategies for Making Money with the Cloud

Everybody is hearing Cloud Computing on the television now. Operators will store your contacts in the Cloud. Hosting companies will host your website in the Cloud. Others will store ...
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What’s in a name : Reason behind naming of few great projects

This is in conitunuation of my previous post where i have listed the reason behind naming of several great projects.I have found some more languages , product and organization . Why ...
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Herding Apache Pig – using Pig with Perl and Python

The past week or so we got some new data that we had to process quickly . There are quite a few technologies out there to quickly churn map/reduce jobs on Hadoop (Cascading, Hive, Crunch, ...
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Promises and Deferred objects in jQuery and AngularJS

Series of articles about futures/promises without JavaScript would not be complete. Futures (more commonly named promises in JS land) are ubiquitous in JavaScript to the point where ...
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Fragmented projects and overcommitted people

In 2010 I wrote two articles on Burn-Out and exhaustion in software teams. Since then there were more and more articles of this kind printed in the major german press. Psychologists ...
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Why Open Source Software?

I decided to look at something everyone thinks we know well, Open Source Software (OSS)  and see what I discover. The child in me said; “Do it”. The Strange and Not-So-Strange ...
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