Monthly Archives: October 2013

Erlang Philosophy

Mike Williams, one of the three inventors of Erlang quoted the following as Erlang Philosophy: Find the right methods/Design by Prototyping. It is not good enough to have ideas, you must also be able to implement them and know [how|that] … Continue reading

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Accelerating JEE apps applying ANSI C and C++

Java Enterprise is very easy to learn, develop and ultimately scalable. While it is so lazy and is not a good option for developing a high-throughput platform (because of unpredictable garbage collecting  interrupts and JVM burden).  While ANSI C takes … Continue reading

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An Item-Based Recommender Engine and Business Challenges

This is four weeks that a recommender engine I’ve developed based on Apache Mahout, is under pressure by real users and testing scenarios. During the time I’ve collected a number of business requirements notified there are some business demands that … Continue reading

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What Your Visitors Are Looking For?

I am implementing a number of my ideas which are about providing big data processing and machine learning services mainly using HTTP. I just finished another one. This is an introduction to a service which helps business owners to find … Continue reading

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A Recommender Engine for Business Owners

Got a new idea and started to make it working. The matter is collaborative filtering engines, are able to recommend users (customers). I am making an Apache Mahout instance able to recommend the business owners as well. “We also need … Continue reading

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Big Data Hubs and Sample Data Sets

Here are a number of big data sets ready to download for who needs to give the machines a try: http://datahub.io/ http://www.ibmbigdatahub.com/ http://www.kaggle.com/ http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/ https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAHOUT/Collections/ Persians also would enjoy this: روزنامه همشهری

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