Blogs

11 Sep

zero to Hadoop in 15 minutes

in analytics, big data, Hadoop

In this post, I will show you how to setup a single node Hadoop on your machine and copy a file to the Hadoop FS.
In the next tutorial we will run an actual java program using Hadoop.

You can download Hadoop from one of its mirror sites. If you are getting Hadoop 1.0.3, you can go directly to http://apache.mesi.com.ar/hadoop/common/hadoop-1.0.3/ Read more »

31 Aug

10jumps presented at SAP HANA Startup Forum

It was a very exciting phase to prepare for the SAP Startup forum. When we got selected to present we digged in to our demo and presentation to give it our best. Thanks to the SAP team to give us the opportunity to showcase our proof-of-concept that we have been cooking on HANA.

Problem we are solving: Read more »

24 Aug

What is Big Data

in big data, Hadoop

If you are reading this blog, you are probably aware what big data is. If not you should be. In either case, most people are at a loss as to what big data really is, other than the fact that it seems all the rage these days. Big data is not just a large set of data, but rather is defined  in the industry  as data  which has at least three attributes: Volume, Velocity, and Verity. Let’s look at each one briefly: Read more »

06 Aug

LinkedIn Integration with Drupal

in Drupal, Drupal, Drupal Planet

How to send Message or Invitation to LinkedIn friends using Linkedin account with Drupal?

 

1)     CreateLinkedIn Application

URL - https://www.linkedin.com/secure/developer

 

·       Create LinkedIn Application 

·       Get Api Key and Secret Key

  Read more »

03 Aug

Troubleshooting Drupal : Why I can't see my page?

in Drupal, Drupal, Drupal Planet, Drupal Planet

0) Try and flush the menu cache, theme cache
Explanation:     I mentioned this in previous post also that, many times we go on making the changes and forget to clear the cache.    Drupal caches everything in database and until and unless you clear cache, it can not pick new changes done in code. This is must when you do something related to menu in the custom module and theme. Read more »

31 Jul

Trouble shooting Drupal : Why I can't see my CCK fields & related changes to my content/node forms?

in Drupal, Drupal Planet, Drupal Planet

0) Try and flush the menu cache, theme cache
Exp:     Many times we go on making the changes and forget to clear the cache. Drupal caches everything in database and until and unless you clear cache, it can not pick new changes done in code. This is must when you do something related to menu in the custom module and theme.
 
1) Check the content-types and it's fields on the admin side
Exp:    Overall, it is the best practice to check the administration side and get confirmed about 'all good' condition. Read more »

20 Jul

Powering E-commerce (Product Based) WebSites With Solr Search

in CloudComputing, Performance

Apache Solr/Lucene is a popular open source search engine widely used to power search across websites. A sizeable number of such websites are e-commerce sites (as expected!).

 

When it comes to building the search infrastructure of an ecommerce site with Solr, One would find that Solr  provides an excellent and tunable platform and in no-time the site will be up and running powered by Solr Search. Then comes the interesting and challenging part of building the search infrastructure such that it is  ‘Highly Relevant’ Read more »

16 May

Meet us at TIECON 2012 booth # 94

Just while some of our Facebook  friends are dreaming of becoming millionaires we would be meeting many more friends whose dreams are to be the next Facebook!

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07 Apr

Setup Eclipse to work with your remote server and Drupal plugin

in Drupal, Drupal Planet, Drupal Planet, eclipse, RSE

Very often we work on projects that are hosted on a remote server. There are multiple ways to work on the remote files:

1. ssh into the remote machine and use an editor like vi or emacs to edit the files

2. Develop on your local machine and FTP every change

The second choice is preferable if you want to use an IDE or if the conenction to the server is slow.

However, there is a 3rd approach, that combines the above two. If you are using Eclipse or NetBeans as your editor, then you can connect your editor to the remote server over FTP. I will only cover Eclipse since that is what I use. Read more »

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