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  • February | 2010 | vinova.sg
    100 000 web servers across the world and once we collected data from across all these servers we dumped it into Hadoop which became the place where we stored all of the data instead of traditional network storage Our reasoning for doing that was a matter of economics given the quantity of hardware Hadoop lets us scalably process that data clean it up and normalize it so we could pass it along to the systems that need it Hadoop is getting very wide adoption in the data warehousing and business intelligence domains One of the biggest uses within Yahoo right now is dealing with all of the log information from servers Analyzing that information allows for better spam filtering ad targeting content targeting A B testing for new features et cetera It s not web specific For example everybody does data warehousing and we see very strong adoption there Separate from that your example of oil companies is a very good one as is the financial sector Right now we do have a couple of very large financial institutions working with us on these exact problems taking huge amounts of data from domains like credit card processing and building predictive models for fraud that enable better decisions for example about whether to block or allow a given transaction In the stock market Hadoop is being used to do simulations that help predict option pricing and related problems That s another very healthy market that we ve seen growth in via howsoftwareisbuilt com Knowing that Yahoo is the biggest contributor and adopter of Hadoop and the company is used Hadoop to solve various problems from data analytics and data warehousing log processing gene sequence mapping basically a fuzzy string matching problem to business intelligent domains financial stock market Rumor said that a bank in Singapore invest millions of dollars create a computing and predicting system from scratch using Haskell a static type functional programming language to warranty scaling and performance I wonder why the bank did not take a look at Distributed File System DFS MapReduce Hadoop is an open source implementation of it as a massively scalable on commodity hardware that successfully utilized at biggest IT firms in the world Google Yahoo Facebook just to name the few or they just re implementing DFS MapReduce themselves More February 22 2010 What is Hadoop from Interview with Amr Awadallah Cloudera CTO First it s worth making the important clarifying point that Hadoop is not a database Hadoop is a data processing system and in fact I would even go as far as saying Hadoop is an operating system The core of an operating system boils down to a file system the storage of files and a process scheduling system that runs applications on top of these files There are many other components that help with devices credentials and user access and so on but that is the core Hadoop is exactly the same thing The core of Hadoop is the Hadoop

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  • Kimmie | vinova.sg
    Money Than Paid Apps As a co founder and CTO at 140 Proof a venture backed startup for targeted Twitter advertising John Manoogian III had written an article in TechCrunch website sharing his idea about ways to monetize mobile apps More June 14 2013 An open letter from Android to iOS 7 At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference WWDC on June 10 2013 in San Francisco Apple announced its upcoming mobile operating system iOS 7 with the redesigned user interfaces and couple of improvements compared to iOS 6 With the flat and colorful design the design of iOS 7 is very controversial One of the reporter from Forbes Ewan Spence after taking part in WWDC 2013 had written a very interesting letter involved in this hottest news The letter is from Android to Apple s fans talking about iOS 7 design and its change Here is the content of this letter More June 14 2013 Donate blood connect and help save lives with Redcross Singapore and Vinova Last Friday Red Cross Singapore has launched a new website under the link www connect redcross sg to call for donating blood This website is pretty different from Red Cross s previous website by connecting lifesavers using Facebook platform With the fast grow of this social media community Red Cross Singapore believes that this new website would attract more blood donors More June 12 2013 The speech of Stefan NGUYEN Vinova lead game developer in Casual Connect Asia 2013 is OUT In a previous post titled Awesome 2D Games Animation with Spine we had introduced Stefan NGUYEN Vinova lead game developer who had a speech in Casual Connect Asia 2013 to share the experiences of Spine in 2D game development And here is the video of his speech Bravo Stefan for his great

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  • Open Game Development Conference 2013 | vinova.sg
    Taking part in OGDC 2013 Vinova sent 3 speakers Mr Cody Nguyen Lead Web Developer presented Cross platform game development for mobile web Mr Alviss Ha Lead Designer talked about Dong Son Art Style in mobile game and Mr Stefan Nguyen Lead Game Developer contributed the topic Awesome 2D game development with Spines They brought to the conference our latest game which is still under development Ultimate Arrow The game attracted a lot of attention from the crowd The slides of the above mentioned presentations as well as others in OGDC can be found in this link The recorded video of the session will be available soon This entry was posted in Games Technologies by Kimmie Bookmark the permalink 3 thoughts on Open Game Development Conference 2013 cardinals jerseys cheap on January 3 2014 at 12 24 am said 2013 New Cheap Authentic Pacers Jerseys Wholesale Reply Web Design Singapore on February 13 2014 at 9 49 am said A big thank you for your article Really looking forward to read more Thanks Reply Sginteractive on June 2 2014 at 7 39 am said Hi I read your post its very interesting and informative which you have shared I really like it Thanks for sharing such a nice information Reply Leave a Reply to cardinals jerseys cheap Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Categories Android 8 Business 27 ecommerce 13 Games 9 iPhone 21 Management 2 Projects 24 Rails 21 RFID NFC 5 Team 11 Technologies 89 SEO 2 Testimonials 3 Trends 15 Uncategorized 13 Archives July 2013 4 June 2013 11 March 2013 3

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  • Open Game Development Conference 2013 | vinova.sg
    Taking part in OGDC 2013 Vinova sent 3 speakers Mr Cody Nguyen Lead Web Developer presented Cross platform game development for mobile web Mr Alviss Ha Lead Designer talked about Dong Son Art Style in mobile game and Mr Stefan Nguyen Lead Game Developer contributed the topic Awesome 2D game development with Spines They brought to the conference our latest game which is still under development Ultimate Arrow The game attracted a lot of attention from the crowd The slides of the above mentioned presentations as well as others in OGDC can be found in this link The recorded video of the session will be available soon This entry was posted in Games Technologies by Kimmie Bookmark the permalink 3 thoughts on Open Game Development Conference 2013 cardinals jerseys cheap on January 3 2014 at 12 24 am said 2013 New Cheap Authentic Pacers Jerseys Wholesale Reply Web Design Singapore on February 13 2014 at 9 49 am said A big thank you for your article Really looking forward to read more Thanks Reply Sginteractive on June 2 2014 at 7 39 am said Hi I read your post its very interesting and informative which you have shared I really like it Thanks for sharing such a nice information Reply Leave a Reply to Web Design Singapore Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Categories Android 8 Business 27 ecommerce 13 Games 9 iPhone 21 Management 2 Projects 24 Rails 21 RFID NFC 5 Team 11 Technologies 89 SEO 2 Testimonials 3 Trends 15 Uncategorized 13 Archives July 2013 4 June 2013 11 March 2013 3

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  • Open Game Development Conference 2013 | vinova.sg
    smartphones Taking part in OGDC 2013 Vinova sent 3 speakers Mr Cody Nguyen Lead Web Developer presented Cross platform game development for mobile web Mr Alviss Ha Lead Designer talked about Dong Son Art Style in mobile game and Mr Stefan Nguyen Lead Game Developer contributed the topic Awesome 2D game development with Spines They brought to the conference our latest game which is still under development Ultimate Arrow The game attracted a lot of attention from the crowd The slides of the above mentioned presentations as well as others in OGDC can be found in this link The recorded video of the session will be available soon This entry was posted in Games Technologies by Kimmie Bookmark the permalink 3 thoughts on Open Game Development Conference 2013 cardinals jerseys cheap on January 3 2014 at 12 24 am said 2013 New Cheap Authentic Pacers Jerseys Wholesale Reply Web Design Singapore on February 13 2014 at 9 49 am said A big thank you for your article Really looking forward to read more Thanks Reply Sginteractive on June 2 2014 at 7 39 am said Hi I read your post its very interesting and informative which you have shared I really like it Thanks for sharing such a nice information Reply Leave a Reply to Sginteractive Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Categories Android 8 Business 27 ecommerce 13 Games 9 iPhone 21 Management 2 Projects 24 Rails 21 RFID NFC 5 Team 11 Technologies 89 SEO 2 Testimonials 3 Trends 15 Uncategorized 13 Archives July 2013 4 June 2013 11 March 2013 3 February

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  • How Free Apps Can Make More Money Than Paid Apps | vinova.sg
    or Advertisers AKA Which Monetization Strategy Makes More Money Free or Paid When it comes to users the overwhelming majority of Android and iOS users resist paying whether it s for apps subscriptions or add ons so smartphone and tablet developers are particularly interested in experimenting with monetization through ads On the other hand advertisers are MUCH more willing to pay developers than users are Just like developers advertisers need to market their product How Much Money Can an App Make With Advertising Ad spending on apps of all kinds both mobile and desktop is growing Most industry analysts choose to measure only mobile app spending though as most apps are created for the mobile and smartphone space Mobile advertising revenue increased nearly 1 5X in 2011 to top out at 1 6 billion for the year 2012 The future of app monetization clearly lies in ad supported model A recent study by Cambridge University computer scientists found that 73 of apps in the Android marketplace were free and of those 80 relied on advertising as their main business model Free apps are also far more popular in terms of downloads the researchers said Just 20 of paid apps are downloaded more than 100 times and only 0 2 of paid apps are downloaded more than 10 000 times On the flipside 20 of free apps get 10 000 or more downloads The Best Part Is You Can Deploy Multiple Monetization Strategies While free apps reach the majority of users who tend to be price sensitive and almost never buy apps there is a subset of users who prefer to avoid advertising and seek paid sometimes called pro versions of their favorite apps Developers can cater to both types of users with a two pronged approach to app development create both a free version and a paid version The multi pronged approach is popular with big players in the publishing industry For example The Guardian UK is testing two apps a free ad supported Android app and a paid only iPhone app Echofon is also a great example of an app that caters to both kinds of users They have free and paid apps for all platform versions of their Twitter apps In short before moving forward investigate all ad supported revenue options when you launch a new app There are many ad networks available shop around and see what CPMs cost per thousand impressions or CPCs cost per click they offer and how much work is involved integrating ads into your app And more than anything make sure to consider any changes to the user experience that will occur if you introduce by the ads After all you want ads that integrate well into the user experience rather than ads that drive users away in annoyance Reference TechCrunch This entry was posted in Android Business ecommerce iPhone by Kimmie Bookmark the permalink 2 thoughts on How Free Apps Can Make More Money Than Paid Apps Excellent FREE Spending Logger

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  • How Free Apps Can Make More Money Than Paid Apps | vinova.sg
    or Advertisers AKA Which Monetization Strategy Makes More Money Free or Paid When it comes to users the overwhelming majority of Android and iOS users resist paying whether it s for apps subscriptions or add ons so smartphone and tablet developers are particularly interested in experimenting with monetization through ads On the other hand advertisers are MUCH more willing to pay developers than users are Just like developers advertisers need to market their product How Much Money Can an App Make With Advertising Ad spending on apps of all kinds both mobile and desktop is growing Most industry analysts choose to measure only mobile app spending though as most apps are created for the mobile and smartphone space Mobile advertising revenue increased nearly 1 5X in 2011 to top out at 1 6 billion for the year 2012 The future of app monetization clearly lies in ad supported model A recent study by Cambridge University computer scientists found that 73 of apps in the Android marketplace were free and of those 80 relied on advertising as their main business model Free apps are also far more popular in terms of downloads the researchers said Just 20 of paid apps are downloaded more than 100 times and only 0 2 of paid apps are downloaded more than 10 000 times On the flipside 20 of free apps get 10 000 or more downloads The Best Part Is You Can Deploy Multiple Monetization Strategies While free apps reach the majority of users who tend to be price sensitive and almost never buy apps there is a subset of users who prefer to avoid advertising and seek paid sometimes called pro versions of their favorite apps Developers can cater to both types of users with a two pronged approach to app development create both a free version and a paid version The multi pronged approach is popular with big players in the publishing industry For example The Guardian UK is testing two apps a free ad supported Android app and a paid only iPhone app Echofon is also a great example of an app that caters to both kinds of users They have free and paid apps for all platform versions of their Twitter apps In short before moving forward investigate all ad supported revenue options when you launch a new app There are many ad networks available shop around and see what CPMs cost per thousand impressions or CPCs cost per click they offer and how much work is involved integrating ads into your app And more than anything make sure to consider any changes to the user experience that will occur if you introduce by the ads After all you want ads that integrate well into the user experience rather than ads that drive users away in annoyance Reference TechCrunch This entry was posted in Android Business ecommerce iPhone by Kimmie Bookmark the permalink 2 thoughts on How Free Apps Can Make More Money Than Paid Apps Excellent FREE Spending Logger

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