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Summary:New to some, old hat to many and a source of puzzlement to more than a few, there is no doubt that DevOps is a hot topic. Read on to find out what it's all about.
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Learn about Apache Atlas, a new open-source project for Hadoop governance as part of the community and industry consolidated effort for data governance initiative.
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If you want to find out how Big Data is helping to make the world a better place, there’s no better example than the uses being found for it in healthcare. The last decade has seen huge advances in the amount of data we routinely generate and collect in pretty much [...]
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Elasticsearch is booming.  Together with Logstash, a tool for collecting and processing logs, and Kibana, a tool for searching and visualizing data in Elasticsearch (aka the “ELK” stack), adoption ...
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Your cell phone company is ripping you off by forcing you to pay for data that you don't use.
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Summary:From the Atlas security project, to Ambari 2.0 and SequenceIQ, Hadoop veteran and Hortonworks co-founder Arun Murthy discusses some big-data themes of the moment.
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I'm looking for to upgrading to this.  The facial recognition is a nice to have.  When you have thousands of photos, facial recognition makes it much easier to tag people than doing it manually.  I don't currently do a lot of HDR work, but the few tools/plugins I've tried (and even paid for) are not the most user friendly.  So I'm also looking forward to giving the HDR functionality a spin.

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Technology Enthusiast, Digital Photography, Information Retrieval, Data Analytics, Data Warehousing, Big Data, Virtualization, Random Musings
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Big Data and Information Retrieval via distributing computing, storage and cloud technologies.
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  • Self Employed
    Senior Solutions Architect, 2014 - present
  • Data Tactics Corporatoin
    Senior Solutions Architect, 2013 - 2014
  • Chiliad
    Product Manager, 2012 - 2013
  • Self Employed
    2010 - 2012
  • Northrop Grumman
    2009 - 2010
  • Chiliad
    2004 - 2009
  • SAIC
    2003 - 2004
  • Northrop Grumman
    1999 - 2003
  • United States Army
    1992 - 1999
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Red Hat broadens programming language support | ITworld
www.itworld.com

RHEL can now support multiple versions of a single programming language, such as Python

How Big Data Is Changing Healthcare
www.forbes.com

If you want to find out how Big Data is helping to make the world a better place, there’s no better example than the uses being found for it

Nginx's new version goes beyond Web serving | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

Nginx Plus Release 6 adds high availability and expanded load balancing to appeal to a wider audience

Hortonworks to speed Hadoop cloud deployments | CIO
www.cio.com

Hortonworks has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Budapest-based SequenceIQ, a specialist in deployment automation technology for lau

Pivotal sets the stage for open-source in-memory computing | ITworld
www.itworld.com

Pivotal has released the source code for much of its GemFire distributed in-memory database

Oracle brings big data back to database administrators | ITworld
www.itworld.com

The Oracle Data Integrator for Big Data gives DBAs a more familiar view of their big data collections

The VirtualBox 5.0 beta is finally here | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

Oracle's desktop virtualization software gets its first major point revision in almost five years, but the changes are more evolutionary tha

Microsoft upgrades JavaScript, Visual Studio development tools | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

WinJS JavaScript toolbox focuses on 'universal experiences' for Windows 10, while Visual Studio will get Enterprise, Professional, and Commu

Meteor JavaScript framework hits Windows | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

Windows support had been the most-requested feature for the framework, which now also works with MongoDB 3.0

AngularJS Book
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A free interactive book teaching AngularJS in simple, progressive steps.

Dart for the Entire Web
news.dartlang.org

We work with many teams, inside and outside of Google, that use Dart every day to build business-critical apps. Their feedback is consistent

Google refocuses Dart as a JavaScript helper | ITworld
www.itworld.com

Google no longer plans to embed a Dart virtual machine within its Chrome browser

Withings
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Withings creates smart products and apps to take care of yourself and your loved ones in a new and easy way.

Developers say the best code is readable code | ITworld
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An informal survey of programmers finds that the most important quality in good software source code is that it be easy to read and understa

Scala.js lets you compile Scala to JavaScript | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

The language now enjoys support for JavaScript as well as the Java Virtual Machine

New Version of Waze (3.9.4) Now Available!
blog.waze.com

Great news, Wazers! Today we've released a new version for Android (with an update coming for iOS very soon!) In this version be prepared to

Facebook's Open Compute Project starts to crack networking | ITworld
www.itworld.com

Efforts to open up "black box" switches have started to deliver results

GNOME 2 is back: Ubuntu MATE is now an official flavor
www.pcworld.com

The GNOME 2-based Ubuntu MATE is now 'officially official.'

JavaScript unites Microsoft and Google | InfoWorld
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The rival vendors are partnering to build AngularJS 2.0 on Microsoft's TypeScript language