Ad-hoc Learning

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DSE Version: 6.0
March 20, 2019

DSE Version: 6.0
March 20, 2019

DSE Version: 6.0
March 20, 2019

DSE Version: 6.0
March 20, 2019

DSE Version: 6.0
March 20, 2019

DSE Version: 6.7
February 22, 2019

In this unit we will create the second of the two methods necessary to allow user login in your KillrVideo app!

DSE Version: 6.7
February 14, 2019

In the last section we added a latest_videos table. Now we have two tables to store video data. This is a form of denormalization we use with Apache Cassandra™ in order to scale our application. But how do we keep denormalized tables in sync? Cassandra has a feature known as BATCH to help solve the denormalization issues.

DSE Version: 6.7
February 13, 2019

Welcome to the Application Development training session using DataStax Apache Cassandratm as a Service (CaaS). In this course you will:

  • Spin up your own cloud Database
  • Connect to it using the DataStax Driver
  • Implement functionality in the video sharing website killrvideo.com

You will see that connecting your application to a Cassandra database is a snap. Pulling and mutating data with the driver is simple to do. Click on the Exercises tab above and we will introduce you to the features of this short course.

DSE Version: 6.7
February 11, 2019

When data modeling for Apache Cassandratm, sometimes an organic data model may have some performance problems. In these cases, it is useful to understand how to use buckets to help improve your performance. This unit should make you a bucket expert!

DSE Version: 6.7
February 8, 2019

In previous units we learned how to insert rows using simple strings and QueryBuilder. In this unit we advance to using PreparedStatement. PreparedStatements bring all kinds of good optimizations to your app, and they are easy to incorporate!