by rika
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by olga
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Case:

You have an object Game with 'country' and 'timestamp' fields and you are looking for all games played in Germany between 12.05.2012 and 20.05.2014.

by olga
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Case:

You have an object Game with 'country' and 'timestamp' fields and you are looking for all games played in Germany between 12.05.2012 and 20.05.2014.

by olga
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Case:

You have an object Game with 'country' and 'timestamp' fields and you are looking for all games played in Germany between 12.05.2012 and 20.05.2014.

by olga
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I am going to talk about PostgreSQL, but the idea is the same for the whole spectrum of data bases.   

Imagine that you would like to debug your staging machine which is deployed on Amazon and use an Amazon's DB service. In case of the well configured security level, the access to your DB from the external world should be forbidden. 

Therefore for your remote debugging you have two options: to open your DB connection and shoot yourself in the foot in terms of security or to open the ssh tunneling and sleep safely. 

Format of SSH tunneling:

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Part of a system I currently working on is manipulating raw data. The data being sent from multiple client devices(Android/Iphone devices, etc..) ~ 100,000 requests per day.

by yanai
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Thanks for all people who attended the meetup today. Here are the slides from "Functional Programming with Java 8" session:

 

by dmitri
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When you hear 'Big Data' and 'Analytics' in the same sentence it's usually about Storm and Hadoop. This time our team decided to take something different for a trial.

by yanai
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Abstract

In our last Tikal Fuseday, we split into several groups to create data analytic applications. As in previous Fuseday, the idea was to learn and use lots of technologies, by creating a working “crash application” from scratch, developed in just a few hours of work.

by amiram
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No doubt that location data can add value to almost any mobile app today, not only to navigation apps. For example, you don't have to remember or write where you take each photo, and if you search for a resturant you'd see only places near by.

We made a simple app that record movements and sends data about the track to twitter (if you don't tell everyone, why bother?)