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8. Installing Cloudera QuickStart with VirtualBox VM on Windows

Prerequisite: At least 8GB+ RAM, although 16GB is preferred. 80GB Hard Disk. Cloudera runs on CentOS, which is the community edition of the Linux. Windows system must support 64-bit. Install VirtualBox Step 1: Download VirtaulBox for Windows from “https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads” Step 2: Install the “VirtualBox-5.1.10-112026-Win.exe”. Install Cloudera for VirtualBox Step 3:

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7: Setting up Scala and Spark with Maven

This assumes that you set up Scala IDE for eclipse as per Setting up Scala IDE & using Maven plugins. Step 1: Create a Scala project in Maven.

Step 2: Import Maven project into eclipse. File -> Existing Maven Projects -> browse and select “spark-and-scala” Step 3: Open the

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6: ♥ Setting up Scala IDE & using Maven plugins for Java developers

This extends Setting up Java, Maven & Eclipse and Setting up Scala & practicing the concepts via REPL the Scala way for Java developers. Step 1: Scala IDE is an eclipse plugin. Following is the Scala IDE update site URL for Eclipse 4.4 (Luna) and Eclipse 4.5 (Mars).

Open

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5: ♥ Setting up Scala & practicing the concepts via REPL the Scala way for Java developers

Scala runs on the JVM, so Java and Scala stacks can be freely mixed. You can call Java libraries from Scala. Having said this, it is very important that you learn to write code the Scala way, and Not Java way. Currently, Java programmers with Scala experience are paid more

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4. SonarQube with Maven Tutorial – Code Quality for Java developers

Industry strength code needs to statically & dynamically capture code quality. Also, more and more organizations are using “production quality” home assignments to shortlist candidates for job interviews. So, it really pays to set up code quality tools like SonarQube on your home development environment to get feedback on your

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♥ 3. Setting up Apache Tomcat application server

This assumes that you have set up Java, Maven, and Eclipse. To run JEE based web apps, you need an  application server that contains a web container. There are a number of application servers like Apache Tomcat, JBoss, GlassFish, etc. This tutorial will use Apache Tomcat. Step 1: Download and

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♥ 2. Explain Java and Maven setting up

This is an extension post to Java Tutorial: Setting up Java, Maven, and eclipse. Setting up Java and Maven is the first step any beginner has to do. So, understanding this will save so much pain. Q. What are environment variables? A. An environment variable defines some aspect of a user’s or

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♥ 1. Setting up Java, Maven, and eclipse step by step

This is mainly for the beginners of Java to get familiarized with Java, Maven, and eclipse. This will also be handy for starting on your self-taught Java projects. Install and configure Java Step 1:  Download and install Java 6 or later version if available by googling “Java downloads”. Make sure

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