Gauteng Python Users Group
We are a diverse group of (aspiring) Pythonistas from South Africa's Gauteng province. We host monthly meetups, on weekends/weekdays, where we connect with each other and discuss anything Python related.
Besides our monthly meetups, most discussions happen in the GPUG Google Group.
This a group for anyone interested in developing applications for Android. I started this group to meet like minded individuals and to help others start developing for Android. Looking forward to making great apps
This group is for hackers, developers, sysadmins, managers and anyone else who is interested in learning about DevOps and Continuous Delivery practices. We'll talk about ideas around implementing pipelines around your code to get faster time to market, higher quality software, and better practices around delivering software. We'll discuss and try some practices around automating your delivery p...
The Jozi Java User Group (Jozi-JUG) is a Java User Group which meets monthly on the last Monday of every month in and around the Johannesburg area.
The Jozi Java User Group is for those who are interested in physically meeting to discuss Java and related technologies. Anyone is welcome, no matter where you live, age and skill level!
Please, this is for those who program...
Who should join
Calling all Java developers. If you are interested in the language, the JVM, related technologies or just in networking with fellow engineers toiling under similar circumstances, please join.
Why you should join
There seems to be little to no Java community activity happening in Cape Town, and that's a bit of a shame. Join this group and let's turn it around. We'll arra...
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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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