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This article skims several approaches to bypass static go binaries. Being able to just drop-in an executable and instantly use a new tool is a killer feature of the Go language and you should be careful if scripts become dependencies to make it work.
In my previous post we had a brief introduction to using Node.js to store and retrieve data in HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) over its WebHDFS REST API. This time let's see how we can use Hadoop on the full power, by using its divine MapReduce functionality, and how we can engage Node.js as part of this process.
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