Jozi.rb is a developer meetup for people interested in Ruby.
The group is intended to help grow the local Ruby community and to share experience and knowledge across it's members.
All experience levels welcome :)
We love all things developer.
We are a technology & vendor neutral group (so we do not favour anyone or anything) which lets us share and learn on WIDE variety of topics from software development methodologies to patterns, best practices, various language paradigms and xkcd humour etc.
It's great to meet local developers and see what they are doing! From beginner to expert, all are welcom...
Calling everyone interested in cross platform mobile development. Specifically if you are interested in or using Xamarin tools. Or if you just want to talk mobile development and design in general.
The Scrum User Group of Johannesburg wants to build a community of Scrum and Agile people in Johannesburg. A place where we can get together and share and learn from each other.
This is a group for anyone interested in agile project and development practices and techniques. All skill and experience levels are welcome. We aim to hold a meetup on the last Thursday of every month, alternating between an early evening session usually centered around a talk or a workshop and an early morning "Lean Coffee" session. We look forward to seeing you at our next event!
There are a number of popular BI tools in the market at the moment, all of which have a defined set of strengths and differences. However, suitability of the tools is largely dependent on their use.
SQL and noSQL do the same thing: store data. However, comparing them is like saying speed boats were superseded by cars because they're a newer technology.
In a comparison between a Date Lake and Data Warehouses, we see that Data Warehouses are ideal for operational users due to their structure and ease of use, but Data Lakes provide the ability for data discovery.
In a recent analysis of the three top big data providers; Hortonworks, Cloudera and MapR, we see that their approach to the Hadoop stack framework differs quite significantly. What this means for your big data management will depend on your needs, as outlined below:
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