SORT BY Relevancy
The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of large data sets across clusters of computers using simple programming models. It is designed to scale up from single servers to thousands of machines, each offering local computation and storage. Rather than rely on hardware to deliver high-avaiability, the library itself is designed to detect and handle failures at the application layer, so delivering a highly-availabile service on top of a cluster of computers, each of which may be prone to failures. Cloudera's open-source Apache Hadoop distribution, CDH , targets enterprise-class deployments of that technology
A new Benghazi report has been released indicating that nothing will be done further, that the gun running will never be addressed and blaming Stevens for his own death. We'll talk about that, the Fiscal Cliff talks and how Obama is using tragedy to push his agenda and more gun control fallout. All the major news events of the day! Your home for common sense! Conservative libertarian analysis on the current events in news and politics. Join the Captain, Co-pilot and Flight Crew for intellige
Tonight Ted Schulman and Ted Hall, from Occupy Earth will be discussing The Open Source Imperative. A First Step to the Open Source Imperative Includes • Support for the free and global open source internet/communication infrastructure — e.g.: The Free Network Foundation, FabFi, FreedomBox • Support and protection of the cultural, health, science and creative commons — e.g.: UNESCO Language Preservation, Project Halo • Support of global open sour
Free Libre Open Source Software. FLOSS is what I'm talking about. Free as in you can own most any kind of software for $0. Libre as in you are liberated from having to pay for software Open Source as in you have access to the software code. Software as in Operating Systems and Applications. I will talk about FLOSS that exists, today in the form of Operating Systems and Applications that I use and a few that I know other people use and therefore you might want to
This is a show you must not miss.There will be special guess like Robert from ACSyndicate,and Callip. We will be talking about sites that charge you money for free software. We are trying to inform the android community that we must act on the behave of our developers that put so much work into these roms.Here is an article written by Callip please read it http://androidspin.com/2011/05/17/help-the-android-community/#more
Caleb spends time with Sean Tierney, Chief Operating Office of JumpBox. JumpBox enables Lotus Foundations Channel Partners to dramatically
expand their service offering with a broad array of hassle-free Open Source server applications that run immediately on Foundations.
Boasting the largest library of quality virtualized server software, JumpBox represents the simplest path to extend the functionality of a
Foundations instance. Available applications include blogs, wikis, CRM, HR, project m
Jared and Dean have a great show this week! To pitch in on breast cancer awareness Jared and Dean wil be talking boobs: sharing stories great boobie moments and stories of triumph and tragedy with breast cancer.
Also on the agenda: Lose weight simply by eating in. Great tips on how to tighten the belt on food and tighten the belt on your pants at the same time.
And last but not least: The Tech Segment: As you know, Open Source Software is Jared and Dean's thing. Those two get all squirley
in Tech News
The World Transformed, Part 7
Are we living in the Matrix? Can we be sure? And even if we're not, are there reasons why we might want to live there?
Phil and Stephen welcome a distinguished panel to discuss our future in virtual worlds, our future virtual selves, and Nick Bostrom's Simulation Hypothesis, which argues that we are already probably living in a computer simulation.
About Our Guests
Dr. Bruce Katz is a
leading thinker and researcher in the field of artificial intellige