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Event: 2 Day Intro to Hadoop Training in Chicago

 

Open Software Integrators presents:

2 Day Comprehensive Introduction to Hadoop

**ONLY $150**

When:

TBA

Where:

Open Software Integrators [Chicago]
119 N. Peoria Street #2E
Chicago, IL 60607

InfoWorld: Beware of NoSQL standards in Oracle's clothing

Oracle is reportedly trying to lure NoSQL startups into a standards body, perhaps to slow down the pace of change

InfoWorld: The platform-as-a-service winner is ... Puppet?

 

On-premises PaaS goes hand in hand with the 'not invented here' syndrome, and Puppet is the enabler

3 reasons Titanium Alloy is better than PhoneGap

 By: Tim Hambourger, Developer for Open Software Integrators

DISCLAIMER: This post is based on my experiences with Titanium 3.2.0 and Alloy 1.3.0 and with PhoneGap 3.1.0 performing local builds rather than using Adobe PhoneGap Build. I used both a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS HP and an OSX 10.9 Mac Mini.

Choosing Between ElasticSearch, MongoDB & Hadoop

By: Phil Rhodes, Senior Consultant at Open Software Integrators

Event: 2 Day Intro to Hadoop Training in Durham, NC

** REGISTRATION IS CLOSED** **TRAINING IS FULL**

Open Software Integrators presents:

2 Day Comprehensive Introduction to Hadoop 

When:

Monday, April 21, 2014 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM &

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 9:00 AM -  5:00 PM

Where:

The American Underground @ATC
318 Blackwell St
Durham, NC 27701

InfoWorld: Code in JavaScript the smart, modular way

Are you a JavaScript hack or a real developer? Use this quick start guide to learn to write modularized JavaScript code

Some people still seem surprised that JavaScript is regarded as a respectable, grown-up programming language for serious applications. In fact,JavaScript development has been maturing nicely for years, with the best practices for modular development as a prime example.

Event: Chicago Intro to Neo4j Training

 

 

Introduction to Neo4j Training at OSI Chicago

 

Testing A Backbone App with Karma

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