Monthly Archives: October 2011

Developing Objective-C with Pleasure

Java developers know how to develop with pleasure using Intellij IDEA. A year ago I tried to develop an iPhone application applying Objective-C and XCode. I made it after a lot of challenges with XCode, while I just wondered why … Continue reading

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Hotspot, Alfredo, Cmd+N

I have a respect for Alfredo, the gadget that improves Mac OS X hotspot behaviors. It works much better than Mac OS default searching tool. Also ‘Command’+ ‘N’ and ‘Command’ + ‘Shift’ + ‘N’ are the keys that we developer … Continue reading

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Huge Data Processing Applying Hadoop Cluster – Part 1

Introduction Massive data can be very difficult to analyze and Query and traditional mechanisms cannot be good tools for processing data. Cloud computing is one of the best solutions for processing huge data repositories. This is the first part of … Continue reading

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