Mined Opinions For API: org.apache.accumulo

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  • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed.). details
  • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge-bases I'll gladly take suggestions.. details
  • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know.. details
  • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for URL_http://accumulo.apache.org [Accumulo] But my problem is not directly related.. details
  • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur.. details
  • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file).. details
  • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C++ developer in embedded and small scale systems.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.apache.accumulo using topic modeling.
  • 0. table create wet stack bases suggestion programming foot generalize book: 3
    • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed.). details
    • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge-bases I'll gladly take suggestions.. details
    • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know.. details
  • 0. token future option add maintain remove scale embed system pas: 4
    • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for Accumulo But my problem is not directly related.. details
    • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur.. details
    • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file).. details
    • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C++ developer in embedded and small scale systems.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.accumulo using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed ).
  • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge bases I'll gladly take suggestions .
  • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know .
  • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed ).
  • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge bases I'll gladly take suggestions .
  • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know .
  • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed ).
  • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge bases I'll gladly take suggestions .
  • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know .
  • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for Accumulo But my problem is not directly related .
  • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur .
  • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file) .
  • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C developer in embedded and small scale systems .
  • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for Accumulo But my problem is not directly related .
  • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur .
  • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file) .
  • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C developer in embedded and small scale systems .
  • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for Accumulo But my problem is not directly related .
  • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur .
  • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file) .
  • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C developer in embedded and small scale systems .
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.accumulo using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.accumulo using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Usability:
  • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed.)
  • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for URL_http://accumulo.apache.org [Accumulo] But my problem is not directly related.
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Move to storing the information in a JSON file that gets read in as a special class object which gets passed around to whoever needs to pull some info from it (small drawback is that as is each class creates table references from the table names as needed, where as using a JSON it may make some sense to go ahead and instantiate all table references so that classes can just ask for the reference, but then a few extra references will get created often when not needed.). details
      • I've already got a stack of books including Design Patterns just to get my feet wet, but any general programming practice knowledge-bases I'll gladly take suggestions.. details
      • I tried to make this generalized so others can benefit but some more details may be needed, let me know.. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • So I'm building various indexing and ingestion classes in Java for URL_http://accumulo.apache.org [Accumulo] But my problem is not directly related.. details
      • Go ahead as I am now, which seems bad since if I submit the tokens in the wrong order all kinds of nastiness may occur.. details
      • Pass the properties object itself around and let each class handle instantiating its own string objects (could easily become a pain to maintain in the future if tokens are added or removed from the file).. details
      • Some other option Java experts know I don't I'm concerned about this because in the past I've mainly been a C++ developer in embedded and small scale systems.. details