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Interview Question - Tail

In my hiatus, I finished my last semester at Georgia Tech and began my job search. I had an offer starting the semester, so I wanted to explore my options before the deadline near the end of the year. 767 more words


Book Review: Distributed Systems for Fun and Profit


  • Typically, I begin each morning by surfing reddit.com and checking for the recent updates on the subreddits I am subscribed to.  One subreddit in particular, /r/programming, has been a source of continual insight into software development methodologies and best practices.  
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Seven Databases in Seven Weeks: HBase, MongoDB, CouchDB, Neo4j, Redis


  • As I noted in my previous review, in Seven Databases in Seven Weeks: A Guide to Modern Databases and the NoSQL Movement, authors Eric Redmond and Jim Wilson provide a survey of seven database technologies, starting with a traditional relational database system (Postgres) and progressing on to new NoSQL database solutions (Redis, Neo4J, CouchDB, MongoDB, HBase, and Riak).  
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Social Media Marketing Strategies Crash Course!

Social Media is great with over 1.28 billion people using Facebook, 1billion and more using Twitter, 200 million and counting active users on Instagram, 300 million users on LinkedIn, 70 million on Pinterest and 1.6 billion using google plus, the Opportunities for social media advertising are unbelievable and almost limitless. 489 more words

Hexagonal Grids

This is a really well-written and well-made guide and interactive tutorial to working with hexagonal grids. So if you ever want to write a Settlers… 36 more words

Why Geeks Should Write ...

As a student, I had very minimal exposure to computer science and programming, except for my high school course which I suprisingly aced!

To give you some context, I enrolled in CSC108 and now CSC148 merely because they are required for my major, cognitive science -which I didn’t know what it was until I enroleld in COG250! 482 more words


JSU student creates life-saving app

JSU student Andrew Green and Dr. David Thornton (Department Head and Associate Professor of Computer Science) have been developing an emergency training app entirely from scratch. 172 more words

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