(Melissa Coates) This post covers several things I’ve heard or been asked recently about organizing data in a data lake.
Author: SSWUG Research
(Ameena Lalani) Your company’s business is to host databases that require uptime of 24x7x365 days per year. Your company has invested a lot in building solid infrastructure with lots of redundancy at the VM host level and network level.
(Joe Pluta) As I detailed in a previous article, QUSROBJD allows you to see all the details of an object. However, it is specifically designed to return the data for a single object.
(Mohammad Irshad) In this article, we are going to learn how to use paramMap observable of ActivatedRoute and also learn how it is better to use than a snapshot to read the parameter.
(Dustin Marx) It was recently proposed that the Java preview feature Raw String Literals (JEP 326) be removed from JDK 12 and it is now official that the preview feature will be removed (version 25 of Java SE 12 [JSR 386] removes it).
(Bipin Joshi) If you a beginner in ASP.NET Core, you might have wondered as to how newly created projects can be placed under a GitHub repository.
(Carlos Schults) There are many things to praise about the Ruby language: adherence to the object orientation paradigm, simplicity, elegance, and powerful meta-programming capabilities.
(Jose M Jurado) Time ago, we discussed in this post about partitioning option in Azure SQL Database.
(Andrejus Baranovskis) These days I’m actively working with VBCS/JET Cloud product from Oracle. The more I work with VBCS the more I like it. VBCS follows similar declarative development concepts as Oracle ADF, this makes it easy to get up to speed with VBCS development.
(David Fitzjarrell) There are occasions when two or more data sets need to be combined to produce the desired results, and a join is not possible (no common columns, no common data values to join on).