Posted 1 year ago

When NoSQL Databases Are Good for You and Your Company

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One of those NoSQL popularization articles published by big media sites. If you haven’t read one before, this one isn’t too bad (but as most such attempts they make too many generalizations and also use too many buzzwords).

Original title and link: When NoSQL Databases Are Good for You and Your Company (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

Posted 1 year ago

Will Hadoop Become Dominant Platform? Short Answer Is Yes

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EMC’s David Menninger and IBM’s James Kobielus argument pro and con the future of Hadoop. As you’d expect the company behind each of them has a lot to say about the topic. But if you get rid of the chaff, you’ll notice that the two pretty much agree: SQL married with Hadoop is the way of the future. One thing to keep in mind though: SQL and Hadoop does not mean getting rid of the different approaches of accessing Hadoop stored data (like Pig or pure MapReduce).

Original title and link: Will Hadoop Become Dominant Platform? Short Answer Is Yes (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

Posted 1 year ago

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Windows Blue: a video preview of what’s next for Windows 8

Windows Blue made an early appearance on the internet over the weekend and we’ve had a chance to experience some of its new features. The upgrade to Windows 8 looks like it’s going to bring a host of improvements, fixes, and some new built-in apps too, but the biggest changes are on the UI side. Microsoft now supports smaller Live Tiles and the company is changing the way you arrange them on the Start Screen. Moving ever closer to Windows Phone, you can pick between large, medium, and small Live Tiles for applications. The only exception is the desktop tile that includes an extra large option.

Posted 1 year ago

Digg Blog: What’s Next

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A few days ago we announced that we were re-prioritizing our product roadmap for 2013 in order to build an RSS reader from scratch. While we had long planned to build something like this, we had no idea we’d be attempting to do it so soon, or within such a tight timeframe. But after Google’s…

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