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Cordova from the Trenches: Write Once, Run & Debug Everywhere!

Cordova from the Trenches: Write Once, Run & Debug Everywhere!

Co-written by Gian Luca Ortelli and Ashkan Roshanayi. Trifork was asked to develop a mobile app for crisis management in a “GRIP 1” crisis situation for Dutch municipalities.The users of the app are municipal employees involved during a crisis situation. The app was designed in co-creation with the involved municipal employees. But what is a […]

Google presents DART – a new programming language

We are proud to announce that Google will present their new programming language “DART” at GOTO Amsterdam. Kasper Lund will do the opening keynote speech on Thursday, October 13th. Join us at GOTO Amsterdam and get first-hand details. http://gotocon.com/amsterdam-2011/speaker/Kasper+Lund Enjoy over 40 presentations and 13 tracks, provided by some of the world’s leading software development […]

Running Mahout in the Cloud using Apache Whirr

This blog shows you how to run Mahout in the cloud, using Apache Whirr. Apache Whirr is a promosing Apache incubator project for quickly launching cloud instances, from Hadoop to Cassandra, Hbase, Zookeeper and so on. I will show you how to setup a Hadoop cluster and run Mahout jobs both via the command line […]

Mahout – Taste :: Part 1 – Introduction

Mahout – Taste :: Part 1 – Introduction

This post is the first in a series on Taste, a Java framework for providing personalized recommendations. Taste is part of the larger Mahout framework, which features various scalable machine-learning algorithms. In this post I introduce you to the concepts of personalized recommendations, also known as collaborative filtering. After this introduction, Taste’s architecture and extension […]