I got my certificate for the Coursera ‘Pattern-Oriented Software Architectures‘ course! Part 2 of 3 in the specialisation track Mobile Cloud Computing with Android.
I got my certificate for the Coursera ‘Programming Mobile Apps for Android Handheld Systems‘ course! Part 1 of 3 in the specialisation track Mobile Cloud Computing with Android.
I just started Coursera’s specialization track on Mobile Cloud Computing with Android. 22 Weeks full of Java, Android and Amazon EC2 fun, topped with a capstone project.
Today I’m analyzing the properties of a 0.5TB dataset (a billion vertices in a graph) using Pig/Hadoop on Amazon’s Elastic Map Reduce service. I configured a cluster which contains the following nodes: 1 MASTER: c1.medium 9 CORE: c1.xlarge x9 (High-CPU … Continue reading
The application I mentioned in my previous post is built with the following technologies: Scala 2.9.1 Play! 2.0.4 Deadbolt-2 1.1.3 for security Play!’s Anorm for data access jQuery UI 1.9 Using the Cake pattern for DI (see this and this)
Taking Scala to the next level after finishing the progfun course: ported an existing Java/Wicket/CDI application to Play/Scala and deployed it succesfully to the Cloudbees Run@Cloud. Play! Rocks!