Recently India’s finance budget 2014 was presented by the Finance Minister. I took the transcipt of the speech from the budget website of Indian government & plotted a bubble chart of top 50 words spoken (of course minus the stop words like I, is, was, them, etc).
Some observations -
1) Government was the top spoken word. It was spoken 71 times (71x)
2) Tax (70x) & Taxes (18x) [Not surprising]
3) Development – 53x
Infrastructure – 33x
Growth – 31x
Investment – 28x
Banks – 24x
Economy – 23x
Coal – 21x
Agriculture – 20x
Manufacture – 18x
Gradle is a Groovy-based DSL (versus the traditional XML-based) build automation tool. It makes use of Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) to determine the order in which tasks are to be run.
For a detailed understanding, please read the wiki entry.
Steps to Install
1) Java 1.5 or above should be installed. Please verify this using the java -version command. If Java is installed, you should see the version; else java is unidentified command message will appear
2) Download the latest binaries from the gradle website.
3) Unzip the gradle-<version>-bin.zip contents to your favorite folder – say – /User/gradle
4) For Mac, modify the PATH variable in .profile file to include gradle.
For Windows, modify the PATH variable in the Environment variables to include gradle.
(NOTE: If .profile does not exist, please create one)
5) On the Terminal (or command prompt), type gradle -version
If everything went well, the gradle version should appear.
Recently I installed MongoDB on my mac OS Lion 10.7.5. Here are the steps which I followed
1) Download the latest production release of MongoDB from its site
2) Un-package the downloaded file to your favorite place – say – /Users/mongo
3) From the Terminal goto /Users/mongo/bin
4) Create the following directory structure
5) Start the mongo server -
./mongod –dbpath data/db
Everything should start properly and the screen should show waiting for mongo shell.
Now you start another terminal & enter following command