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Using Twitter Storm to analyze the Twitter Stream

Francisco Jordano introduces briefly the concepts and provides some good resources for learnign about Twitter Storm just to present his experiment of using Twitter Storm for analyzing the Twitter (nb: the project is on GitHub ):

Twitter Storm for Twitter Stream

That’s how the information will flow, and the kind of tasks that we will execute. Yes it’s more effective to group some of those tasks, but remember, we just wanted to give this a try ;P

Worth emphasizing is that nowhere in the post is any reference of him having any troubles finding documentation or getting Twitter Storm up and running.

Original title and link: Using Twitter Storm to analyze the Twitter Stream (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.ardeenelinfierno.com/wordpress/2012/02/01/playing-with-huge-information-streams-twitter-storm/