Category Archives: Mac OS X

Creating Tomorrow

recommender.ir is the first and the only recommender as service in Iran. I developed it three years ago. It was around two years that recommender.ir was working and surprisingly, I was looking for a website which accepts using it! I … Continue reading

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Running HDFS on an Ubuntu Cluster Hosted by VirtualBox

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Running Elasticsearch on a Virtualbox Cluster

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Trying Big-Data frameworks on your PC

As the first part of a 4 sessions workshop on distributed data processing, I will be speaking about setting up a Linux cluster on your PC.   Distributed Data Processing Workshop – SBU from Amir Sedighi

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An Introduction to Elasticsearch

I just prepared a presentation on Elasticsearch.

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Elasticsearch Daily Indexing On Old Fashion Spinning Disks

I believe that, if it takes long, something is wrong. Regarding this minimalistic approach I’ve resolved something for one of my clients recently. There was a single node with an Elasticsearch instance running on. I had to keep it as … Continue reading

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Software is Capturing Us

Seems things in the Software Development business are really getting easy ever. Sometimes minor modifications make major improvements. Today Software Development contains a bunch of pretty interesting languages, frameworks and tools. Human had never ever a toy set like this. … Continue reading

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A Simple Spring Boot REST Wrapper over Hadoop and Hive

Running REST services in the Java world as much easy as Linux commands, has became possible by Spring Boot. I am making a data warehouse based on hadoop, sqoop, hive, hbase and a number of other big-data giants. It supposed … 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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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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