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You can easily configure a Hadoop cluster on your Windows 10 machine using WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux). Follow this article to get started. The experience will be the same as configuring Hadoop in a UNIX-alike system.
Once you've configured a Hadoop instance, you can also install Apache Hive. Hive is a data warehouse software built on top of Hadoop.
Are you confused about terms like Integrated Security, NTLM and Kerberos Authentication when using JDBC to connect to SQL Server database? This article provides you examples about using these different authentication mechanism with SQL Server.
Learn some SQL functions in Google Cloud BigQuery. You can easily convert bytes to BASE64 or HEX format with built-in functions.
To connect to MySQL databases in .NET 5, ASP.NET Core and .NET applications, we can utilize MySQL.Data library published by MySQL. This article provides step by step guide of connecting to MySQL using C# as programming language.
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