Monthly Archives: August 2017

Google Summer of Code 2017 Summary

This is a summary of my Google Summer of Code project containing the definition of the initial task, the implemented solution and references to show the work I have done. GOAL   In this project I aimed to implement an … Continue reading

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GSOC: Week 13

This was the final weekend of Google summer of code. I am glad that we managed to deploy the application onto the server without any issues. I have also worked on writing good documentation and a proper project summary. What … Continue reading

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GSOC: Week 12

This week I have manged to get the grip of Kerberos and successfully configured and used it on my local machine development environment. I also adapted the application level code for using Kerberos. Soon that will also be deployed and … Continue reading

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Spark vs Pandas benchmark: Why you should use Spark only for really big data

Intro Apache Spark is quickly becoming one of the best open source data analysis platforms. With the continuous improvement of Apache Spark, especially the SQL engine and emergence of related projects such as Zeppelin notebooks we are starting to get … Continue reading

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GSOC: Week 11

This weekend I worked on improving the application. I managed to implement the configuration screens for DecisionTrees as well as Random Forests. The back-end configuration handlers were implemented as well. I also worked on improving the job tracking and started … Continue reading

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GSoC Weekly posts Summary

This post will outline all of my weekly blog posts related to my Google Summer of Code 2017 project. GSoc Community Bonding Week 1GSoc Community Bonding Week 2GSoc Community Bonding Week 3 GSoc Week 1GSoc Week 2GSoc Week 3 GSoc … Continue reading

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GSOC: Week 10

This weekend I managed to stitch together all three project that have been developed so far.I.e. I have managed to create a basic example which allows the user to submit a configured logistic regression job to the server, which then fires … Continue reading

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