Anirvan (Ani!) was born and raised in Kolkata, India. Anirvan studied Internet Software Systems at the University of Birmingham, graduating in 2005 with a first class MSc degree. Anirvan is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, an accreditation he has held since 2002, he also holds an Advanced Certificate in Software Engineering from IBM Advanced Centre of Education. Since joining Cake Solutions, Ani has worked on a number of Cake’s major projects, leading agile teams on several of them. On one of these projects, Ani has been leading a Cake team developing a big central Government knowledge base system and web platform. Ani was one of the main authors of the best selling ProSpring 2.5 books and has quite a following on his blogs on Java and functional programming. Ani is also one of the SkillsMatter trainers taking the Core Spring (Spring Source) course.
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In today's day and age, for a business to stay competitive, it's no longer enough to just design a good-looking and functional product. Consumers worldwide want intelligent products that can create, access and analyze data, and then feed those results back to them in order to optimize the user experience. Simply put, the Internet of Things (IoT) combined with Big Data, is the future of technology that is making our lives more efficient.
On one of my previous blog posts I promised to share with you all the setup guide to install all the various command line tools available from Amzaon. So, in this post I would like to consolidate the setup procedures for the tools that I'm using quite frequently:
For the last couple of years @cakesolutions have been heavily involved with projects built on the "Typesafe Reactive Platform". And most of our clients have been using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) as the target deployment environment for their applications. We have tried several different approaches in deploying Scala, Akka & Spray based applications to Amazon EC2 with varying degrees of success. In this post I'm going to describe an approach which has worked pretty well to quickly get our clients' reactive applications to cloud.
As a logical next step of moving Specs2 Spring from Maven to SBT, I have now got Specs2 Spring building comfortably in our local Jenkins using the SBT goodness. The process was pretty straight forward!
First, I installed the sbt-plugin for Jenkins from the list of available plugins under Manage Plugin.
For the past few weeks I have been running some experiments on Cloud Foundry. I was hoping to combine my understanding of the internal workings of VMWare's Cloud Application Platform (vcap) with my Haskell code.
In the last couple of weeks I have been using PostgreSQL quite a lot. I have used PostgreSQL before but this time it was different as the development as well as the deployment environment were Linux based, as a result I was denied of the use of pgAdminIII, the GUI based administration tool for PostgreSQL database. My only option was to use the command prompt.