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I’ve always wondered how big companies like Facebook process their information, or how companies like Amazon can make searches in extremely short times. This is why I want to tell you a bit about my experience with two powerful tools they use: Apache Hive and Elasticsearch.
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If you’ve been around the hacker-news-sphere during the last year you must have heard of SourceHut (also known as sr.ht). A new no frills open source alternative to GitHub and GitLab. Sourcehut’s offering is split into a growing list of separate services, including git and mercurial hosting, ticket tracking, and even wiki hosting.
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There has been a lot of fuzz in recent years about functional programming. You might be interested but it can be hard to apply it to your everyday work. This post aims to give you a cheatsheet with functional concepts and techniques used in the .NET framework. Arrow Notation Arrow notations are the preferred syntax […]
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When you collaborate in an open source project it is likely to be asked to make a fork of one repository. A fork is a copy of the project in your GitHub account. This duplicate allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project.
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