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Programmer's Notes is a podcast where programming tools, languages, and the like are thoroughly explained. By the end of each episode listeners should have a solid base on the episode topic and have the required knowledge to start using the discussed tool, language, or the like. Please feel free to contact us with questions or episode requests at ProgrammersNotesPodcast@gmail.com, requests will help us get more content out there.
 
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In a system design interview, you will be asked to design a complex system, such as a website, mobile app, or network infrastructure. The interviewer will evaluate your ability to decompose the problem into smaller subproblems, make trade-offs between different design decisions, and consider the scalability and performance of the final solution. Th…
 
In Apache Spark, you can cache a DataFrame in memory using the cache() or persist() method. The cache() method is a shorthand for persist() with the default storage level of MEMORY_ONLY. You can use the persist() method to specify a different storage level if desired, such as MEMORY_AND_DISK or MEMORY_ONLY_SER.…
 
The n-queens problem is a well-known problem in computer science and mathematics that involves placing n chess queens on a n x n chessboard such that no two queens are able to attack each other. This means that no two queens can be placed on the same row, column, or diagonal. The problem can be generalized to other chess pieces, such as the n-rooks…
 
Welcome back to the Programmer’s Lab Podcast! Today we’re in conversation with Neha Garg, Director - Business Development & Consulting at Nitor Infotech. In this insightful episode, Neha elaborates on the ways in which CIOs are becoming the new CEOs of their departments. She also shares her view of the role that a CIO plays in an organization as we…
 
Welcome back to the Programmer’s Lab Podcast! Today we’re here for a fireside chat with Yogesh Kulkarni, Associate Vice President - ISV Business Unit at Nitor Infotech. In our episode today, Yogesh talks about engaging different customers through value creation. He elaborates on how he came up with different types of customers over the course of hi…
 
The Programmer’s Lab Podcast is back with another insightful episode! We’re in conversation with Prashant Kankokar, Director of BPG at Nitor Infotech. In our episode today, Prashant talks about Peer Product Management- a pioneering concept by Nitor Infotech. He elaborates on how businesses can benefit from opting for a peer product manager and addr…
 
The Programmer’s Lab Podcast is back with yet another fascinating episode! This time we are in conversation with Abhijeet Shah, AVP-Delivery, Nitor Infotech. In this episode, Abhijeet sheds light on the idea of a minimum viable product which is essentially the first version of a product that highlights only its core features and enables quick feedb…
 
This podcast features Nitor Infotech’s Vice President, and Head of the People Team, Rohini Wwagh. A thought leader with over 19 years of HR Management experience, Rohini, has led the people team at Nitor to unearth hidden talent and create deeper employee connects. In this podcast, Rohini discusses the future of employee engagement, and what it hol…
 
The first podcast features Nitor Infotech’s AVP ( Project and Delivery Unit), Abhijeet Shah. A thought leader with over two decades of experience in the #software product development industry, Abhijeet, has led #technical teams for value-driven deliverables to several customers around the globe. In this podcast, Abhijeet discusses the need for the …
 
Apache Spark Paired RDDs are defined as RDDs containing the key-value pair(KVP), which consists of two linked data item in it. So, In most cases, the key is an identifier, and the value is data corresponding to the key value. Furthermore, Apache Spark operations work on RDDs that contain any objects.…
 
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