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The Eclipse Marketplace is a pretty cool bit of software. It provides a great place for organizations and individuals to make their software available to the community. Even cooler, however, is the Eclipse Marketplace Client which lets you browse the Eclipse Marketplace and directly install new features from within the comfort of your Eclipse IDE.           ...

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Five Essential Evaluation Criteria to choose the best Scrum Master Certifications (Infographics & Career Guide Toolkit)

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Introduction I have been working with Agile methodologies for a long time (~10 years), and have had the opportunity to work with a variety of agile methodologies. In this time, I have seen the common myths around Agile been busted and I have also seen -up-close- the hype that agile purists create. The beauty of iterative methodologies is that learning ...

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Key Steps for Removing the Hive Metastore Password from the Hive Configuration

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In a typical Hive installation with metadata in a MySQL configuration, a password is configured in a configuration file in clear text. This presents a few risks: 1) Unauthorized access could destroy/modify Hive metadata and disrupt workflows. A malicious user could alter Hive permissions or damage metadata. 2) This password permits hiveserver2-thrift-MySQL communication. To avoid this problem, you should use ...

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How Docker Makes Testing More Efficient

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Testing your software is important. Automating your testing and having continuous integration for your project in place is a matter of best practice nowadays. Often it’s one of the first things a software team works on when starting a new project. A good test suite allows you to push changes to your product in a safe way without breaking things ...

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Read property files with PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer

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1. Introduction Usually when we are concerned with multiple servers where the application is deployed before going into production, we can configure the environment-specific parameters in an external property file. It might be the database details, which is different for test server and the production server. So it’s better we we choose to keep the database configuration file in an external property file. Similarly, we can choose ...

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In Defense of Java

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So we have an eBook, The Top 10 Java Performance Problems, that we tweet out from time to time. Without exception, a few people reply with some version of “the problem is you’re using Java.” Java, apparently, is constantly criticized, and people have been predicting its demise for some time. Sure, it’s not as cool, flexible, or fun as some ...

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Spark Streaming Example – How to Stream from Slack

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Let’s write a Spark Streaming example in Scala, which streams from Slack. This post will show how to write, configure and execute the code, first. Then, the source code will be examined in detail. If you don’t have a Slack team, you can set one up for free. We’ll cover that too. Let’s start with a big picture overview of ...

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Spark Data Source API: Extending Our Spark SQL Query Engine

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In my last post, Apache Spark as a Distributed SQL Engine, we explained how we could use SQL to query our data stored within Hadoop. Our engine is capable of reading CSV files from a distributed file system, auto discovering the schema from the files and exposing them as tables through the Hive meta store. All this was done to ...

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Introducing The Delegate Pattern

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Delegate: a person who is chosen or elected to vote or act for others – Merriam-Webster. Delegate pattern: In software engineering, the delegation pattern is a design pattern in object-oriented programming where an object, instead of performing one of its stated tasks, delegates that task to an associated helper object – Wikipedia. Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler – Albert ...

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