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Stanford Graduate School of Business: 5 Attitudes of Successful Entrepreneurs, from Professor Irv Grousbeck

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“Entrepreneurs don’t need to be impulsive, head-strong, bombastic, or have operating experience,” shared Professor Irv Grousbeck in his “Last Lecture” talk with the Stanford GSB Class of 2013. Below are 5 attitudes Grousbeck believes successful entrepreneurs possess:

1. An unending…

Stanford Graduate School of Business: How to develop your brand when you’re still a startup, from Fast Company Tech Editor Chris Dannen

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Fast Company Tech Editor Chris Dannen shares 4 tips for developing your brand:

BE ACTIVE ON MANY PLATFORMS
Your startup needs to have a presence across multiple social media platforms. Don’t forget that each community attracts people with different interests; your job is to tailor the…

IBM and 10gen are collaborating on a standard that would make it easier to write applications that can access data from both MongoDB and relational systems such as IBM DB2

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The details are pretty confusing1

[…] the new standard — which encompasses the MongoDB API, data representation (BSON), query language and wire protocol — appears to be all about establishing a way for mobile and other next-generation applications to connect with enterprise database systems such as IBM’s popular DB2 database and its WebSphere eXtreme Scale data grid.

But the juicy part is in the comments; if you can ignore the pitches.


  1. if this is a new standard and it is all based on the already existing MongoDB API, BSON, and wire protocol, then 1) what’s new about it and 2) what exactly will make it a standard

Original title and link: IBM and 10gen are collaborating on a standard that would make it easier to write applications that can access data from both MongoDB and relational systems such as IBM DB2 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

Visualizing Hadoop data with Tableau Software and Cloudera Connector for Tableau

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Put together one of the most impressive visualization tools, Tableau Software, with one of the best solutions for big data, Hadoop, and you’ll probably get some astonishing results.

Cloudera Connector for Tableau

Credit Cloudera.

While Tableau Software works with structured data only, with this connector it gets access to Hive through HiveQL.

Original title and link: Visualizing Hadoop data with Tableau Software and Cloudera Connector for Tableau (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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