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Tim Ojo
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Notes from Cassandra Day Atlanta 2016
I attended the DataStax Cassandra 2016 in Atlanta and took down a ton of notes on things that I found interesting. After going through those notes it occurred to me that many of the nuggets in these notes could be useful to someone else other than myself. S...

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Notes from Cassandra Day Atlanta 2016
Notes from Cassandra Day Atlanta 2016 I attended the DataStax Cassandra 2016 in Atlanta and took down a ton of notes on things that I found interesting. After going through those notes it occurred to me that many of the nuggets in these notes could be usefu...

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Configuring Remote Management and Monitoring on a Cassandra Node with JConsole
In your cassandra-env.sh set LOCAL_JMX=no If you want username and password security. Keep the default setting for jmxremote authenticate which is true. Otherwise set it to false: JVM_OPTS="$JVM_OPTS -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.authenticate=false" Note: ...

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The Right Database for the Right Job - Chattanooga Developer Lunch Presentation
Does this sound like you? "OMG!! PostreSQL, Neo4j, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, RethinkDB, Cassandra, SQL Server, Riak, InfluxDB, Oracle NoSQL, SQLite, Hive, Couchbase, CouchDB, DynamoDB. I've got an issue with my current database solution or I'm starting a new ...

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Packaging and Deploying Your Electron Application across Platforms
GitHub's Electron platform is pretty sweet! Electron allows developers to write cross platform desktop applications using the web stack of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. If you have experience building web apps, then building desktop apps with Electron is simply...

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BAR-Tab: Fixing pain points
I'm reading "The Passionate Programmer" by Chad Fowler and one of the chapters
in the book talks about standing out as a top performer at work by
identifying pain points that your development team puts up with on a
daily basis and making a plan to fix t...

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Writing a CSV Sniffer for Ruby
I needed a way to decipher the delimiter character for a csv file I was processing in Ruby. In
order to move massive amounts of data around between organizations we
(at my current job) have found file transfer to be significantly more
performant than web...

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Cleanish Code - A feasibility review of Uncle Bob's Clean Code
Clean Code by Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) is one of those books that's on most lists of "books every developer should read". It offers guidance on how to write good code. Good (or clean) code is defined as code that: does one thing well is simple and direc...
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