Post 52 | HDPCD | The conclusion

Hi everyone. Finally, we have reached the end of this tutorial series. It's been so long. We started this journey together on January 15th, 2017, and, 276 days later this beautiful journey is coming to an end. But, we do not need to worry, because, I am working on something new and would love to … Continue reading Post 52 | HDPCD | The conclusion

Post 51 | HDPCD | Set Hadoop or Hive Configuration property

Hello, everyone. Welcome to the last technical tutorial in the HDPCD certification series. It's funny! This beautiful journey is coming to an end. In the last tutorial, we saw how to sort the output of a Hive query across multiple reducers. In this tutorial, we are going to see how to set a Hadoop or Hive configuration … Continue reading Post 51 | HDPCD | Set Hadoop or Hive Configuration property

Post 48 | HDPCD | Printing the execution plan of a Hive query

Hello, everyone. Welcome to one more tutorial in the HDPCD certification series. In the last tutorial, we saw how to enable vectorization in Hive. In this tutorial, we are going to see how to print the execution plan of a Hive query. Let us begin, then. This is one of the simplest tutorials in this certification series. In … Continue reading Post 48 | HDPCD | Printing the execution plan of a Hive query

COMMAND LINE ARGUMENTS

  The concept that we are going to talk today is about printing i.e. accessing the elements or arguments that we enter on the command line in the runtime. There are plenty of ways to implement this thing. For naïve programmers, we can use the simple editor and then run the program on the command … Continue reading COMMAND LINE ARGUMENTS