One of the nice developer features of Azure Functions is the Bindings that provide pre-baked code and logic to help manage events inbound or sending things outbound However, much of the documentation is centered around C# and I found it difficult to find any clear Java examples that use EventHub
Past couple of years, I've been spending quite a bit of time with OpenTelemetry (OTEL). As always, always looking for shortcuts in code. One of the things that is always just annoying is that span.end() just doesn't mesh well with "close" or "release" etc. all the time. So, things
Recently I've been spending my time running lots of dfsio benchmark jobs. The DFSIO utility is part of the Hadoop distribution and can be found in jars located in ./hadoop/share/mapred – the JARS have a name like "hadoop-mapreduce-client-jobclient-*-tests.jar. Output from the tool is a column order which
For the past year or so I've been working with Observability and quite a bit of Open Telemetry. One of the requirements of triggering a great front-to-back trace is providing a W3C compliant header in the Open Telemetry format. That format detailed in [W3C Trance Context](https://www.w3.org/
I don't know how many times I have to look this up, but if I'm ever in Iceland, gotta personally thank Expand Ubuntu disk after Hyper-V Quick Create - Anton Karl IngasonSimple steps for resizing (growing) the virtual drive of an Ubuntu virtual machine created my Hyper-V Quick Create.Anton
quickly convert lots of avro files to json using eventhub capture files
For the past year I've had my head buried in Spring Boot for Java, and now Kotlin. A developer approach that I've always followed is that before introducing novel approaches, patterns, recipes, etc. is to implement a bare bones skeleton project first. This is essential to get that "clean room"