The Distributed Data Show

The Distributed Data Show is your weekly source for the latest news and technical expertise to help you succeed in building large-scale distributed systems. Brought to you by the DataStax Developer Advocate team, we go in-depth with DataStax engineers and special guests from the broader data community. New episodes each Tuesday.

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Aug 01, 2017 • By: David Gilardi, Patrick McFadin, Jeff Carpenter, Luke Tillman

After 20 plus years in IT and programming using relational databases, David Gilardi (@SonicDMG) started fresh into Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise. David shares what he discovered about DataStax Enterprise that could have increased his productivity in previous applications. Learn David’s advice for conquering the learning curve so you can be successful with DataStax Enterprise in your applications.

Aug 01, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter, David Gilardi

Jeff Carpenter and David Gilardi talk about the essentials of a good hackathon, based on their recent experience running an event based on the KillrVideo reference application. As a bonus we share highlights from the event and some potential new feature ideas for DataStax Studio.

Aug 01, 2017 • By: David Gilardi, Jeff Carpenter

David Gilardi and Jeff Carpenter talk about the new Java implementation they created for the KillrVideo reference application.

Aug 01, 2017 • By: David Gilardi, Jeff Carpenter, Luke Tillman

David Gilardi and Jeff Carpenter talk about their plans to expand the KillrVideo reference application to demonstrate new features of DataStax Enterprise.

Aug 01, 2017 • By: Luke Tillman, David Gilardi, Jeff Carpenter

KillrVideo is a reference application for DataStax Enterprise.  This inaugural episode of the Distributed Data Show is a brief intro into what KillrVideo is, what it provides, and who might get something out of it.