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The author works as a consultant. Prior to consulting, Anil was a professor at Padre Conceicao College of Engineering (PCCE) in Goa, managed IT and imaging solutions for Phil Corporation Limited (Goa), supported domestic customers for Tata Burroughs/TIL, and was a researcher with IIT-K and the Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (Mumbai).

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This column explores the use of the powerful, open source, distributed search tool, Elasticsearch, which can enable the retrieval of data through a simple …

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Using the touchscreen on the netbook can be disappointing, while gestures also fail to please. In this article, the author recalls a personal of …

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You can make your old and new videos more interesting and meaningful by editing them with either of these two free and easy-to-use video …

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In this article, the author narrates his experiences with the UEFI boot when installing Fedora and Ubuntu on a Windows 8 UEFI secured netbook. …

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The last issue of OSFY carried the column ‘Exploring Big Data’, which took a look at Apache Spark. This article explores HBase, the Hadoop …

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Here’’s an introduction to Apache Spark, a very fast tool for large scale data processing. Spark is easy to use, and runs on Hadoop …

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In continuation of earlier articles, the author goes further into the subject to discuss Elasticsearch and Pig, and explain how they can be used …

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In this column, the author discusses how large volumes of mail can be archived and retrieved using Big Data tools, HBase and Phoenix. One …

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This month, we switch to a new track. Let’s explore how Imagemagick kills the drudgery in extracting photographs from scanned pages by automating the …

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Hadoop is a large scale open source storage and processing framework for data sets. This article builds upon the previous article in this series, …

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