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Data Just Right Video Tutorials: How to Use Hadoop, Hive, Shark, R, Apache Pig, Mahout, and Google BigQuery
By Michael Manoochehri
Feb 26, 2014
Michael Manoochehri provides viewers with an introduction to implementing practical solutions for common data problems. This excerpt from Data Just Right LiveLessonscontains three sample videos: 1. Loading Data into Hive, 2. Writing a Multistep MapReduce Job Using the mrjob Python Library, and 3. Using the Pandas Library for Analyzing Time Series Data.
Data Types in XML Web Services
By Mark Augustyniak
Sep 26, 2002
This lesson takes an in depth look at the various data types that XML Web Services are able to share with calling applications.
Day Four: Reformulating HTML into an XML Application
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML embraces the rules inherent to XML but allows you to use the rules of HTML. XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses how to reformulate HTML into an XML application.
Day One: What Is XHTML?
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag walks you through the basics of XHTML, shows how it compares to HTML, and tells what it means for the world of Web development.
Day Three: XHTML 1.0: Logic and Reason
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses how XHTML is a logical step in the evolution of Web markup.
Day Two: HTML: Why Not Just Wear Your Father's HTML?
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
You might be comfortable with HTML, but XHTML is better. XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses why it's worth making the switch.
Defining Data with DTD Schemas
By Michael Morrison
Nov 11, 2005
This chapter introduces you to schemas, including the two major types that are used to define data for XML documents, and then focuses on DTD. This chapter explores the inner workings of DTDs and shows you how to create DTDs from scratch.
Defining XML Web Services Operations with WSDL
By Mark Augustyniak, Chris Payne
Aug 2, 2002
Discover the benefits of Web Services Description Language (WSDL) and use it to describe XML web services. Topics include defining ports, bindings, messages, and types.
Definition and Ownership of Web Service Interfaces: WSDL or XSD?
By Rajal Shah, Naresh Apte
Jun 4, 2004
Continuing their architectural discussion of using the web services layer as a pure packaging strategy of a business module, Rajal Shah and Naresh Apte evolve the architecture further in this article to discuss message interfaces. If you already have XML-based messages as an interface to your module, the XSD for the messages could also be the web service interface for the module.
Definitive XML Schema: Simple Types
By Priscilla Walmsley
Sep 18, 2012
Both element and attribute declarations can use simple types to describe their data content. This chapter introduces simple types and explains how to define your own atomic simple types for use in your schemas.
Deitel Introduces Java Web Services with JAX-RPC (Part 1 of 2)
By (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel
Jun 21, 2002
This Deitel™ article discusses Java Web services with JAX-RPC. The Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC) provides a clean API for building standards-based Web services and clients. This article, the first in a two-part series, presents code for building a Web service using JAX-RPC.
Deitel Introduces Web Services SOAP, WSDL and UDDI
By (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel
Jun 21, 2002
This Deitel™ article introduces Web services and Web services standards. Web services are software programs that use XML to exchange information with other software via common Internet protocols.
Deitel Presents Publishing and Consuming Web Services
By (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel
Jun 28, 2002
This Deitel™ article introduces some basic concepts in the creation and consumption of Web services. In the article we provide an example of creating a Web service in Visual Studio .NET, and an example of creating a client to consume that Web service.
Deploying Forward Proxy Caching in Enterprise and ISP Networks
By Michael Rabinovich
Jul 19, 2002
Dive into proxy deployment through exploring nontransparent deployment, transparent deployment, and security and access control issues.
Describing Web Services: WSDL
By Eric Newcomer
Aug 15, 2003
Learn what Web Services Definition Language (WSDL) is and how this complex language can simplify your Web service with Eric Newcomer's basic introduction.
Designing COM+ Applications with a Web Service Appeal
By John Paul Mueller
Oct 29, 2004
.NET, COM, COM+, and Web Services—can they all get along? You bet! Not only can you create COM applications with .NET, but you can also create COM+ applications that are usable as Web services. Find out how.
Designing Networks and Services in the Cloud
By Muhammad Abid, Sudhir Modali, Huseni Saboowala
Jul 12, 2013
This chapter explores the role of the network in enabling the success of business-grade cloud services - moving to the cloud and encouraging the adoption of cloud services by enterprises as well as monetizing those network investments.
Designing Software in a Distributed World
By Thomas A. Limoncelli, Strata R. Chalup, Christina J. Hogan
Oct 1, 2014
This chapter from The Practice of Cloud System Administration: Designing and Operating Large Distributed Systems, Volume 2 is an overview of what is involved in designing services that use distributed computing techniques. These are the techniques all large web sites use to achieve their size, scale, speed, and reliability.
Designing Your Software for Cross-Platform Use
By Robert LeBlanc, Dee Ann LeBlanc
Feb 20, 2004
Those who need their code to compile on more than one platform can save time and headaches by learning to implement "abstraction layers." While this technique introduces new layers of complexity in your code, Dee-Ann and Robert LeBlanc promise that the tradeoff is well worth the effort.
Developing and Deploying Applications Using Remote Services
By Tyson Gill
Dec 6, 2002
Thinking of developing new business software as a Web application? Considering a complete rewrite of that existing program so that it will run in a browser? Before you decide, you should consider the attractive alternative that Remote Services provide!

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