Run and test your Spark codes without VMs and Dockers for starters. Introduction The goal of this post is to help people to install and run Apache Spark in a computer with window 10 platform without much hassle. This post is composed of pieces of installation content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can work around … Continue reading Spark + Scala + Windows 10
The journey of distributed computing has evolved over the years from physical deployments to virtualization, to platforms, to services, to container orchestration and now towards server-less compute services. The word 'server-less' doesn't mean lack of compute resources but rather a consumer perspective where such physical boundaries are non existent and computation happens on a need-basis. Server-less … Continue reading ‘Server less’ Or ‘Serve Less’
This blog is to help the reader understand essentials of Gradle build tool. Introduction Building a software is a craft by itself; build process usually involve a series of task such as picking the right libraries, compiling the source code, package distributed executable, test using automated scripts and report process progress. Each task can be broken down … Continue reading Essential Gradle – A Birdie’s Look.
Evgeny Shadchnev (Makers Academy). An interesting interview on learning software development from an university vs code schools such as Makers Academy. Key Points: 1. 1000 hours of practice for decent level of programming skill in a (ONE) programming language. 2. Code schools are target with laser focus on a single skill towards quick junior level … Continue reading Code Schools Vs University
Why not? I have been always giving excuses for not being organised when it comes to capturing my thoughts. Most of the time I hide behind 'I am busy' excuses. Given my clouded head that includes facts, artifacts, creations, opinions, sarcasm, reviews and bunch of natural bias - I have had few home run of … Continue reading Why this Blog?