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Category Archives: Book Reviews
12 Mar 2017
Fighting ageism – really? | By Mark Kerzner
March 2017 issue of SD Times has a “Fighting ageism” picture on the cover. The main article is “Old developers can learn new tricks”.... Read More
06 Dec 2016
“Spark in Action” has the standard Manning structure: it has four parts, “First Steps,” “Meet the Spark Family,” “Spark Ops,” (where “ops” stands for... Read More
09 Oct 2015
“Learning Spark” was the first published book on the subject. Six months later, there appeared a plethora of other books. This review will concern... Read More
22 Jul 2015
This book is recently published, April 2015, and it covers Nagios, Ganglia, Hadoop monitoring and monitoring best practices. The first part is rightfully devoted... Read More
22 Jul 2015
This is the second edition of the Apache Flume book, and it covers the latest Flume version 5.2. The author works at Orbitz, so he... Read More
21 Jul 2015
Manning Publications, by Chuck P. Lam, Mark W. Davis, and Ajit Gaddam Four years have passed since the first publication, and as Russians say,... Read More
04 Jun 2015
This is a second edition of the Apache Flume book, and it covers the latest Flume version 5.2. The author works at Orbitz, so... Read More
31 Jan 2014
A new book by Packt, on which I am a reviewer. Also, see my Amazon review for it here. Also, I am an official Packt... Read More