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PhillyETE Screencast #30 – Druid – Real-Time Queries Meet Real-Time Data – Eric Tschetter

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From the abstract: “This talk will focus on the design considerations and architecture of Druid, an open-source, distributed, column-oriented analytical data store. Druid is an open source distributed system in use at Metamarkets (http://www.metamarkets.com) to facilitate rapid exploration of high dimensional spaces. We use Druid to expose impression monetization data to ad tech companies along … Read More

DevNews #45 – Rod Johnson leaves VMware, FuseSource acquired by RedHat, more…

Note – to view all of the links that made up this podcast, visit our Delicious show page at http://delicious.com/developernews/45 Sponsors Chariot Solutions Education Services – Training in Spring, Hibernate, Scala, Maven and more. Visit us on the web at chariotsolutions.com/education Events Scalathon 2012 News Rod Johnson Leaving VMWare Spring project infrastructure maturing FuseSource acquired by RedHat … Read More

ETE 2012 – Chris Richardson – SQL? NoSQL? NewSQL?!? What’s a Java developer to do?

From the abstract: The database world is undergoing a major upheaval. NoSQL databases such as MongoDB and Cassandra are emerging as a compelling choice for many applications. They can simplify the persistence of complex data models and offering significantly better scalability and performance. But these databases have a very different and unfamiliar data model and … Read More

ETE 2011 #1 – Polyglot Persistence with Chris Richardson

Philly Emerging Technologies Podcast 2011 – #1 Polyglot Persistence for Java Developers Speaker – Chris Richardson, VMware From the ETE Session Abstract Relational databases have long been considered the one true way to persist enterprise data. But today, NoSQL databases are emerging as a viable alternative for many applications. They can simplify the persistence of … Read More

TechCast #62 – Brendan McAdams of 10Gen MongoDB on Mongo 1.8 and MongoPhilly 2011

Brendan McAdams, 10Gen, the company behind MongoDB Today’s guest is Brendan McAdams. He works for 10Gen, the company behind MongoDB, the document-oriented noSQL database. Brendan is a software engineer who wears many hats – he is a developer on the Java and Scala casbah drivers, works with and commits database driver contributions to frameworks like … Read More

DevNews #24 – A triple shot of Python, RESTful Rails, and NoSQL GORM and Reddis

We’ve all been very busy of late.  Just got a chance to catch up and so we have lots to talk about in episode #24. Links Python Package Index : jellyfish 0.1.2 Pyjamas – Python Javascript Compiler, Desktop Widget Set and RIA Web … The Go Programming Language PostgreSQL: News: PostgreSQL 9.0 Final Release Available … Read More

DevNews #22 – We’ve Got Mobile and CI, Digg and grails sharding, and more

Thanks to Kevin Griffin for joining Eric Snyder and myself this week. Articles of interest From http://www.delicious.com/developernews/2: Django and NoSQL Databases Revisited « myNoSQL Using PGP Encryption with Mule Chariot Solutions: Machine Learning: Google Prediction API Continuous Deployment, Code Review and Pre-Tested Commits on Digg4 … Sharding in Grails | Groovy Zone Python Package Index … Read More

Toby DiPasquale at Philly ETE

Hoping to get the rest of this videos up before the end of this weekend! This is much more time intensive than I imagined. Anyway, I will stop complaining. Toby DiPasquale was surprised that his room was packed for his talk on Cassandra. Our other NoSql speaker, Geir Magnusson, also had a full room. This … Read More

DevNews #13 – Cassandra likes the Groovy Python Migration Script!

Lots of topics this week.  Shownotes are available on delicious.com/developernews/13 as well. Submit your story ideas as tag “devnewsideas” and we’ll look for them before each show. South 0.7 Released Python 2.7 Release The future of CSS: The Flexible Box Model MGG 254: Storage, AirDisk, 10.6.3 Woes, SD Cards, and WebKit Groovy 1.7.2 – Three … Read More

DevNews #9 – We Drizzle CouchDB all over the MySQL and Gradle it out to teams who pair…

Due to all of my various time constraints, this is the “Brown Bag” edition of the Developer news – now without jazz! Our show bookmarks can be found on: www.delicious.com/developernews/9 Thanks, Ken, Eric (apparently earlier I wrote Scott) & Gordon