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2015 Fall Developer Newsletter

See through patterns, hidden relationships and networks to find opportunities in Big Data.

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Developer Case Studies

Developer Case Study #1: RNET Technologies
Developer Case Study #2: Clemson University
Developer Case Study #3: Florida Atlantic University
Developer Case Study #4: North Carolina State University

Featured Blog

Take a Tour of the New Web Site
What does it take to add a new activity?
Embedded C++ - The chainsaw of ECL

ECL Tips and Code Snippets

Grouping and Aggregation

"How To" Video Demo

HPCC Systems Introduction Part III: ESP & Client Tools

HPCC Systems In the News

HPCC Systems & Google Summer of Code

Upcoming Events

New Big Data Dublin Meetup Group

HPCC Systems Engineering Summit Community Day

Watch the recordings from the all Community Day sessions

Platform Updates

HPCC Systems Platform 5.4 Release
Sneak Peek of HPCC Systems 6.0 Beta Release

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Developer Case Study #1:
RNET Technologies

Mohammad Rashti, Project Manager and Research Scientist from RNET Technologies, discusses how he leverages the HPCC Systems platform and ECL programming language in his projects.
Watch the video
for his full testimonial.


Developer Case Study #2:
Clemson University

Hear why Clemson University has chosen HPCC Systems to include in their Big Data Systems Lab for students and researchers.
Watch the videos
for the full testimonials.


Developer Case Study #3:
Florida Atlantic University

Dr Borko Furht, Professor and Director of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center at Florida Atlantic University discusses how they leverage HPCC Systems for their Big Data research. Victor Herrera, Graduate Student, talks about how the ease of use in ECL helps him with developing machine learning algorithms for his work.
Watch the video
for the full testimonials.


Developer Case Study #4: North Carolina State University

Dr Vincent W. Freeh, Associate Professor, North Carolina State University talks about how he uses HPCC Systems in his research and programs.
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for the full testimonial.

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ECL Tips and Code Snippets: Grouping and Aggregation

This code snippet shows developers how to use ECL to produce similar SQL Select statements for grouping and counting records.
Check out Grouping and Aggregation

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"How To" Video Demo: HPCC Systems Introduction Part III – ESP & Client Tools

The ESP Server (Enterprise Services Platform) is the inter-component communications server and a framework that allows multiple services to be "plugged" in to provide various types of functionality via multiple protocols.
Check out the video

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HPCC Systems Engineering Summit Community Day

The HPCC Systems Community Day was a huge success! Watch all the sessions from industry and academia speakers including CPL Online, GuardHat, Logi Analytics, Infosys, Kennesaw State University, NC State University, University of Florida and more.
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Platform Updates

The HPCC Systems 5.4 release includes Nagios monitoring in ECL Watch, improvements to the Cassandra plugin, extended JSON support and more. Read all about the many features in this latest 5.4 release.

And just for our community users, we have made available a Beta version of HPCC Systems 6.0.0 which includes a number of technical previews to check out before the official release. Read more.

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News you can use!

Featured Blog
Take a Tour of the New Web site
It's here! The HPCC Systems Web site has been redesigned for a better user experience. Can't find something? Read the blog for helpful navigation tips.

What does it take to add a new activity?
This new blog series looks at adding a new activity to the system, the level of effort involved and best practices.

Embedded C++ - The chainsaw of ECL
Follow these tips and best practices if you use the BEGINC++ feature in your code.

HPCC Systems in the News
HPCC Systems was a first time mentoring organization in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2015. Our student projects and success was featured on Google's Open Source Blog. Read the full article.

And we are looking for project ideas for GSoC 2016. Visit our Wiki for more information.

Upcoming Events
The HPCC Systems team will be speaking or appearing at these events: See Calendar

Big Data Dublin Meetup Group We now have a HPCC Systems Meetup group in Ireland! Join.

Training Resources

Training Option 1:
Free Online Introductory Classes

Check out this link for our free Online Introductory ECL training.

Training Option 2:
Advanced Classes
Advanced classes are available and require a course fee:

Training Option 3:
On-site instructor
Of course, if you prefer a face-to-face training class with an experienced instructor in a comfortable and productive setting, check out our classroom training here.

Training Option 4:
Customized Training Plan
on-site or via Webex:

Custom training at your location or via Webex is also available for large groups. Contact us at training@hpccsystems.com for more information.

Click here for the full training schedule

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