Tag: big data

Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

Filed by team twago on March 31, 2015
Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

The training program to boost the technical skills you need to dive into the BIG DATA universe, to extract value… and to create impact. After 3 editions, BIG DIVE has reached its maturity. The course started as an experiment in the landscape of BIG DATA training opportunities and in the last few years has gained acknowledgement by the sector […]

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

Filed by team twago on December 16, 2014
Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

  Cloud computing and virtualization are today key-assets for any IT infrastructure. Flexibility, efficiency and costs are typically the main advantages to consider virtual machines (VM) or cloud service based architectures for a new project, from small web applications to more complex platforms. Therefore, which are the potential scenarios and options we should consider to […]

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What is SPARQL? An IT expert explains…

Filed by team twago on September 9, 2014
What is SPARQL? An IT expert explains…

SPARQL: Surfing Publicly Available Rawdata Quite Lovely SPARQL and RDF SPARQL (Sparql Protocol And RDF Query Language) is a sort of high-level language dedicated to querying RDF data, more generally defined as semantic web, someway structured in website pages. RDF (Resource Description Framework) standard is not very new since published from W3C in 2006 (official documentation at […]

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Big Data and my Big Dive experience

Filed by team twago on August 7, 2014
Big Data and my Big Dive experience

I work within information security for a large company in the energy sector (protecting confidentiality, integrity and availability of company information) and recently attended the 3rd annual Big Dive in Torino, Italy. Big Dive is a unique training program for a new generation of developers – a street-­fighting gym of sorts where high value datasets […]

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The past, present and future of Big Data

Filed by team twago on July 31, 2014
The past, present and future of Big Data

Big Data is often thought of as an overused buzzword or in-vogue catchphrase tattooed on the covers of tech magazines and spoken at the various Ted Talks that stream to our digital devices of choice. If your present living situation is beneath a cooled solidification of magma or lava, then you may not have heard the term Big Data. But you are the […]

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The Top 7 best things about Next 2013

Filed by team twago on April 26, 2013
The Top 7 best things about Next 2013

Did you miss NEXT 2013 in Berlin? We didn’t and we want to highlight what we enjoyed during the coding event. Here is our Top 7. 7.  Berlin start-ups talking about Berlin start-ups  Leaders of the Berlin start-up scene including Florian Meissner of EyeEm and Henrik Berggren of Readmill, Christoph Fahle of Betahaus and Jess Erickson of Berlin Geekettes, speaking about what works and what […]

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Turning (Big) Data into BIG impact

Filed by team twago on April 10, 2013
Turning (Big) Data into BIG impact

Also this year, like last year, we introduce you BIG DIVE, the event for BIG DATA experts. Here the official presentation: An open call for developers, scientists, hackers, designers and managers. Quoting Phil Simon’s book “Too big to ignore” the phenomenon of BIG DATA simply cannot go unnoticed. The volume of data generated by social […]

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Hey Diver, think Big!

Filed by team twago on July 3, 2012
Hey Diver, think Big!

Revolutions are exciting if you realize you are living them. Recently we have been spending a lot of time talking and thinking about socio-economic crisis, job losses, frozen GDP and the like. In the meanwhile a real gold mine is being built silently through the Internet. Gazillions of digital data are created daily: logs, business […]

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Application of Outsourcing and Offshoring

Filed by team twago on February 21, 2010
Application of Outsourcing and Offshoring

Outsourcing and offshoring are very extensive terms for complex processes and various performances. It is possible to subcontract jobs, which seem unlikely at first, while others, like programming or web design, are self-evident. The manner and style of outsourcing and offshoring can be very diverse. All sectors, which are part of the value chain of […]

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