Confession time… I missed something really important!
Most CI tools don’t work too well with Python. Here’s something that’ll help you overcome some of the issues you’ll come across…
In an effort to give developers a view of the tools and technologies that we think are worth trying, we’re hosting a series of hands-on events in Leeds, where developers get to grips with some new kit.
Our first labs event it all set for the 13th April – starting at 1pm. Working in partnership with cap-hpi, we’ll be taking 20 developers, architects and general geeks on a day’s exploration of Apache Spark.
Cloudera seems to have made some huge leaps forward in terms of enterprise integration, workload automation and High Availability in Cloudera Director 2.0…
Open Source software seems to be taking over. But why? And what does Steve Ballmer think about this?
There are many ways of making sure you make your money back on your data warehouse project. Save costs in licensing, use cheaper hardware… or perhaps the simplest is to make the most of your data.
With ever-growing volumes and complexities in data, simply viewing data in a grid restricts the value you can derive from it. Different types of data visualisation may help you glean more from your data, and help those who read your reports better understand and act upon them.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could spin up just enough compute power to get you by on demand, and then spin it down when you no longer need it? What if, rather than a single mid-sized pipe, you have 40 pipes which expand and contract depending on the work you need them to do?
Don’t get me wrong… Data Scientists are awesome. Vastly skilled, articulate and intelligent individuals with some punchy geekiness. Without a doubt they’d be a great asset to your organisation… But at what cost?
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