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In this month’s column, we discuss the topic of automatic relation extraction from text using natural language processing techniques. In last month’s column, I …

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Apache CouchDB frees developers from restrictions caused by the uniformity and structured nature of relational database management systems. Tailored for the needs of the …

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The Android operating system comes with a built-in SQLite DBMS, allowing users to save data like contacts and text messages. This article explains how …

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Python has a Cassandra driver in its repository to link and interact with the Cassandra engine. MongoDB and Pymongo can be installed on a …

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Let’s embark on the exciting adventure of building a game which actually works! Let loose your creative instincts and join the author in building …

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This article covers Apache Cassandra’s data model and tells you when to choose it as a NoSQL database for an application. Developers using NoSQL …

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The NoSQL database, MongoDB, avoids the traditional RDBMS table structure in favour of JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas. This makes the integration of data …

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Software developers need version controllers and Mercurial is a good option. It is a free, distributed source control management tool. It efficiently handles projects …

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MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system and is guaranteed to remain free. This article targets application developers who …

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In today’s world of e-business, e-governance, e-revenue and e-commerce, performance testing helps identify bottlenecks, improves response times, sets fault tolerance and helps to recover …