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Chapter No.2 Log Stream Processing
Reliably process unbounded streams of data in real time
Chapter No.2 Log Stream Processing
Reliably process unbounded streams of data in real time

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Published by: Sara Lester on Aug 23, 2013
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Storm Real-timeProcessing Cookbook
Quinton Anderson
Chapter No. 2"Log Stream Processing"
In this package, you will find:
A Biography of the author of the book A preview chapter from the book, Chapter NO.2 "Log Stream Processing"A sy
nopsis of the book’s content
 Information on where to buy this book 
 About the Author 
Quinton Anderson
is a software engineer with a background and focus on real-timecomputational systems. His career has been split between building real-timecommunication systems for defense systems and building enterprise applications withinfinancial services and banking. Quinton does not align himself with any particular technology or programming language, but rather prefers to focus on sound engineeringand polyglot development. He is passionate about open source, and is an active member of the Storm community; he has also enjoyed delivering various Storm-based solutions.Quinton's next area of focus is machine learning; specifically, Deep Belief networks, asthey pertain to robotics. Please follow his blog entries on Computational Theory, generalIT concepts, and Deep Belief networks for more information.You can find more information on Quinton via his LinkedIn profile() omore importantly, view and contribute to the source code available at his GitHub() and Bitbucket() accounts.
 I would like to thank the Storm community for their efforts in building a trulyawesome platform for the open source community; a special mention, of course, to the core author of Storm, Nathan Marz.I would like to thank my wife and children for putting up with my longworking hours spent on this book and other related projects. Your effort inmaking up for my absence is greatly appreciated, and I love you all verydearly. I would also like to thank all those who participated in the review process of this book.

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