We are still in the early stages of IoT, so not a lot is known about the behavioral and performance characteristics of large-scale IoT systems. However, there are a few things we do know. When it comes to IoT, it’s a pretty safe bet that performance engineers will want to pay particular attention to the following areas...
Can you actually develop a highly complex cloud tool with a cloud development tool?
What happened at Google I/O? Well, it's a developer centric conference, so why not send one of the industry's most respected developers to report on the happenings? From radar replacing the keyboard and mouse, to new cloud based offerings for your Android programs, there's lots to love at Google I/O 2015.
The first in a series of articles looking at the microbenchmarking of Apache Spark.
The very attempt to estimate a software project has fundamental flaws and can't be done right; instead, we should estimate different parameters.
Taboola’s Spark monitoring architecture for handling 10B+ daily user events
In this article, I will show you step by step how to create a GitHub account and host your Maven artifact on it.
When’s the last time you accidentally put milk in the cabinet? Or cereal in the fridge? Have you had to hunt around for your car keys recently, only to find them in a place you already thought you’d looked? We all miss a thing or two from time to time. When you’re doing so much at once, it’s easy to overlook the simple things. It’s understandable.
At Logz.io, we're using Play 2.0 framework. We wanted to share our experience hardening and securing this part of our architecture by using action composition.
The aim of this example is to show how to use and style different date and time components. Date and time components are new elements added on HTML5 and not all browsers support it (i.e mozilla firefox). We take these elements in consideration because they represent input elements of html and thus we get get data from the user.
Apache Maven Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Developers.
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