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url 2020-02-22 11:14
Scala vs Python - Difference between Python and Scala - DataFlair

Scala vs python - Which of python vs scala for Spark you should learn?Understand features of scala & python features for comparison between python & scala

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review 2019-08-27 04:33
Best Apache Spark and Scala Training Institute in Electronic City - eMexo Technologies

Let eMexo Technologies Best Apache Spark and Scala Training in Electronic City Bangalore take you from the fundamentals of Apache Spark and Scala to Advance Apache Spark and Scala and make you an expert in developing real time Apache Spark and Scala applications. Here are the major topics we cover under this Apache Spark and Scala course Syllabus,Introduction to Scala,Scala Essentials,Traits and OOPs in Scala,Functional Programming in Scala,Introduction to Big Data and Spark,Spark Baby Steps,Playing with RDDs,Shark – When Spark meets Hive ( Spark SQL),Spark Streaming,Spark Mlib,Spark GraphX,Project and Installation Each topic will be covered in practical way with examples.

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review 2018-05-07 10:59
La scuola cattolica (Scala italiani) - Edoardo Albinati

Questo romanzo che non è un romanzo è vero che è:
eccessivamente lungo, a tratti noioso anzi talmente noioso da appoggiarlo sul comodino e dimenticarsene per un poco, ripetitivo, innervosente (soprattutto quando, e ancora una volta, si mettono a confronto i bei tempi andati con le generazioni di oggi, e dai basta!). Insomma si sarebbero potute tranquillamente usare le forbici senza temere di passare per censori.
Però questo romanzo che non è un romanzo è anche:
onesto, si percepisce la volontà della ricerca della verità, prima di tutto nei confronti di se stessi, di chi si era, di chi si è e come si è arrivati ad essere quello che si è; per chi quei tempi li ha solo sentiti raccontare (e per quel che mi riguarda da mio nonno più che da mio padre) è direi, quasi un manuale sociologico che in fondo riesce a fare almeno immaginare gli scontri ideologici così forti di quei tempi. Ed è una riflessione aperta sulla propria generazione (o perlomeno su quella fetta della propria generazione che si è conosciuta) e se esiste davvero qualcosa che si chiama generazione. Ma, ancora di più, è una riflessione sull’essere uomo: come declino questo essere quello che sono? Se fra le persone che conosco ci sono 5, 10, 20 stupratori, lo sono anche io almeno un poco? E’ un libro retorico sui mea culpa degli uomini? Fortunatamente no. E’ un libro femminista? Ancora meno. E’ un libro scritto da un uomo per gli uomini che pone domande e si da risposte (anche se confuse a volte) che sarebbe ora si ponessero.
Insomma, all’interno dei tanti difetti di questo libro, ho trovato una scrittura interessante, forte, anche poetica nella ricerca di una verità che alla fine non esiste o se è esiste è sempre parziale e dipende dalla porzione di realtà che si è avuto la fortuna (o la sfortuna) di vivere. Per cui il mio giudizio complessivo è buono, anche se condivido molti dei difetti che gli sono stati trovati.

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review 2017-09-27 00:00
Scala
Scala - Christina Bauer Myla is back and she has a new job of moving souls to heaven or hell. But she is having this one little problem where she can only move souls to hell because of this little magical thingy called Lucifer’s Orb. The ghost tower where the souls are kept until it is decided if they will go to heaven or hell is bursting at the seams and is about to explode. Being the Great Scala that she is Myla has no intentions of sending innocent souls to hell. So there is only one thing left for her to do and that is to find Lucifer’s Orb.

Lady Adair is back and she wants everything back that she believes Myla stole from her like being the Great Scala and her boyfriend Prince Lincoln. Lady Adair will stop at nothing to take back what is hers. Someone has to be in cahoots with Lady Adair and Myla plans on finding out who is helping her. Myla has not intentions of letting Lady Adair take anything from her. Myla hates sending souls to hell but that is exactly where she will send her if she doesn’t stop trying to take her guy or her Igni that is exactly where she is going to end up.

I really enjoyed reading Angelbound and couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy of Scala. Myla is a great person she is smart and I just love how she answers someone but in her mind she is usually thinking something totally different than what she says. I love all her witty comebacks and I love Myla and Lincoln’s relationship. How they know what the other one is thinking and can finish each other’s sentences and instead of growing apart they just get closer and closer to each other. The have a bond that no one can break or come between.

I love the world that the author has created for the Angelbound Origins series like Purgatory, Thrax and the after realms. In Purgatory everything is like old and decayed like and dark. I loved that Myla’s high school was Purgatory High. I would love to see this series on the big screen. It would be so amazing to watch. I can’t wait to move on to the next book Acca.

I would love to recommend Scala to anyone who loves reading about demons, angels or fantasy. I would suggest that you start with the first book Angelbound as this is not a standalone. Pick up your copies of the first two books today and start your journey with a part demon, angel and human girl and a story that is out of this world. I can’t stop gushing about this series and I hope it never ends. Christina Bauer is one of my favorite authors.
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review 2017-06-18 23:54
Scala (Angelbound Origins #2) by Christina Bauer
Scala (Angelbound Origins) (Volume 2) - Christina Bauer

Scala is the 2nd book in the Angelbound series by Christina Bauer. This book continues Myla Lewis new life as the Great Scala. So you should really read or listen to the first book in the series before starting this book. Myla pretty much runs Purgatory, she crosses over souls to their afterlife. At the minute a magical item called Lucifer's orb is making her job impossible. If Myla tries to cross over a spirit they will go straight to Hell. So Myla has decided not to cross anyone over until she can figure out what is going on. But she better hurry, she is running out of room for the souls.

Myla's arch rival Lady Adair is back also. She has decided to take back her life and everything that she believes Myla has stolen from her. The Scala title and Lincoln being her top 2 priorities. Myla and her family and friends are not going to let this happen.

The Angelbound series is a lot of fun to listen to for me. I love Myla's attitude on everything. Christina Bauer herself narrates the story on the audio book and does an awesome job. I love hearing her read. She really brings the story to life.

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