The observer is probably the GOF pattern with the most impact on networking. It is a massaging pattern by itself. It’s quite simple, though. The subscribers, interested with a certain topic, subscribe with a publisher for updates regarding that topic. The publisher, triggered by our topic-aware system, then publishes the topic updates to the right subscribers. Use case Every […]
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Let’s test drive simdfied library with a linear regression example. We’ll use MLplaygroung.org, that uses simdfied for Machine Learning and can read csv or mat files. For example, a csv file representing house prices according to its square-foot and number of bedrooms: square foot, #bedrooms, price 2461.68 , 4 , 467883 1872, 4 , 385983 And […]
NoSQL Distributed Algorithms A very thorough article by Ilya Katsov, covering every aspect of read and write tradeoffs for every CAP variation. The best in its class.
Scaling *up* Hadoop for under-100 GB jobs “Nobody ever got ﬁred for buying a cluster” – A very interesting Microsoft research paper implying: Most common huge jobs are still under 100GB (yes, including the elephant friendly Facebook) Addressing the “problematic” issue of “when and how to distribute with Hadoop”, if any? Addressing the cost efficiency […]
Lambda Architecture for Big Data Systems, by Michael Walker Recommended 🙂
To SOA or to DDD? Again, today, I had to select between the two, for a new project I’m designing. In short: SOA is inherently built on a stateless model object concept, allowing it to be super loosely coupled. Objects traveling between layers as serialized data, regenerating themselves on each de-serialization. This is loosely 🙂 […]