If you read a lot of development blogs nowadays, you’ll probably notice a common theme: developers don’t want to deal with databases. They want to focus on designing, building, testing, and deploying applications that deliver value to the business as quickly as possible.
The grand finale of the first IBM France Sparkathon invited Apache Spark developers to outthink the frontiers of client insights. Get the details on this event held during the IBM Business Connect conference and the application that took the top prize.
Chris Snow, a data and application architect, enjoys helping customers with their data architectures and is working extensively on an open source app project in his spare time. Hear what Snow has to say about his IT experience spanning several industries, his current efforts with customers and his
The really cool thing about big data and multiple data sources for today’s advanced, web-based applications is that a variety of open source databases can provide specialized support for different application components. If you’re involved in application development, discover why achieving polyglot
Cloud-based open source databases offer developers agility, but quite often no single database can meet all their needs. See how adopting a multi-database strategy empowers developers to build web and mobile applications quickly and economically without the cost and distractions that come with
So you want to enter the data science field, or maybe you are already a data scientist looking to expand your horizons. Several routes into the profession can provide the core skills, knowledge and best practices necessary to become a developer in the era of cognitive computing. And events such as