Design patterns are a good way to keep your code readable and DRY. DRY stands for don't repeat yourself. Below you could find more examples about the most important design patterns.
Design patterns are general solutions to problems that frequently occur in software development. The following are templates of standardized best practices in structuring and designing code, as well as examples of common contexts in which these design patterns would be appropriate.
Creational design patterns abstract the instantiation of objects to make a system more independent of the process of creation, composition, and representation.
Includes pymongo query examples to filter documents by timestamp encapsulated in ObjectId
If we have a Hive meta-store associated with our HDFS cluster, Sqoop can import the data into Hive by generating and executing a CREATE TABLE statement to define the data’s layout in Hive. Importing data into Hive is as simple as adding the --hive-import option to your Sqoop command line.