Tag Archives: Apache Spark

Links of the month (November Edition)

It’s getting cold outside and November already arrived and there are just a few days left until Christmas. This means that it is time for another Links of the month.
This issue contains some interesting blog post related to Azure and Apache Spark in general.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

F#

Hadoop

Apache Spark

Miscellaneous

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (October Edition)

It’s getting cold outside and November already arrived. This means that it is time for another Links of the month. This issue contains a lot of interesting blog post related to Big Data in Azure and Apache Spark in general.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

Hadoop

Apache Spark

Miscellaneous

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (April Edition)

April closes with an (or the important) event for Microsoft developers. Before this event the company has already made some announcements this month. This issue of the Links of the month will cover some of them, especially the ones related to Azure. Also this issue contains a series about Visual Studio One, a new cross-platform code editor for web applications, written by John Papa.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

Visual Studio

TypeScript

F#

MongoDB

Big Data

Miscellaneous

GitHub

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (December Edition)

The year 2014 has passed with a lot of exciting stuff for a developer, especially in the .NET area. Today’s Links of the month shows what has happened in the last month of this exciting year.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

NoSQL

Hadoop

Miscellaneous

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Big Data Latest and Greatest

Recently I had the opportunity to give a talk with the topic Big Data Latest and Greatest. Sounds like a marketing session? No, it is not … and I hope you will see it the same way. This blog post tries to extend this session.

What was the big idea behind this session? The Hadoop ecosystem is increasing every month and it is hard to keep in step with the latest versions and products.

That is just an excerpt of a whole bunch of technologies.

In this post we will discuss the following pieces:

Instead of digging deep into the technologies I will try to compare some of them and try to picture some use cases.

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