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  1. Set up Twitter Storm Development Environment on Mac OS X Lion

    Twitter Storm is distributed message processing engine enabling large-scale continuous data processing in parallel. Storm's typical use fields include stream processing, continuous computation and distributed RPC.

    A local, or pseudo-distributed, Storm environment simulates a cluster's interface on a single server. Rather than worrying about maintenance work of a ...

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  2. Set up Pseudo-distributed Hadoop Environment on Mac OS X Lion

    MapReduce is parallel programming paradigm aiming to process big volume of data in large clusters with ease. When using MapReduce framework, you focus on the processing logics which are expressed in key-value pair mapping and reducing, totally unaware of underlaying message passing processes and high-availability mechanisms. Apache Hadoop is the ...

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  3. NO local master branch? A git/GitLab workflow with a protected master branch

    GitLabHQ's GitLab is an awesome source code management system. It lets you set up self-hosted git service similar to the famous github in your inner networks. GitLab supports role-based permission and protected branch, which allows finer control over development workflows.

    Two roles are commonly seen in GitLab/git workflow ...

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