Some guy's blog
I felt the need to write this post after I read the blog post
which did a great job at explaining how
foldByKey worked. The only thing I thought
was missing from this rundown was a bit of detail on how these operations work differently than
their scala counterparts.
##Cassandra 2.1 17:06:16 ➜ ~/repos/RussellSpitzer.github.io/ExampleScripts git:(master) ✗ ./TombstoneExperiment.sh
Spark is awesome and I love it. SparkSQL is also awesome but unfortunately is not fully mature. Although the folks at DataBrix have talked about how it will eventually become as full ANSI SQL langauge that time is honestly far off. This means that most folks will want to fall back onto HiveQL for doing their more complicated queries on Spark.
I’m often confronted with people asking my why a certain technology or program isn’t fast enough. This is a good question since we should always be interested in making things fast. But usually I hear these questions in response to a perceived slowness which is hard to define or can only be explained in terms of other technologies.
I was a little tired of how difficult it was for me to manage my wordpress style blog and I love git. So after I saw a couple of my friends with their awesome github.io.pages blogs I knew I needed one as well.