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Apache Cassandra Lunch #45: Alpakka Cassandra and Twitter - Business Platform Team


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In Apache Cassandra Lunch #45: Alpakka Cassandra and Twitter, we discuss how you can stream tweets using Twitter4S (Scala Twitter client) and save them to Cassandra using Alpakka Cassandra. The live recording of Cassandra Lunch, which includes a more in-depth discussion and a demo, is embedded below in case you were not able to attend live. If you would like to attend Apache Cassandra Lunch live, it is hosted every Wednesday at 12 PM EST. Register here now!

In Apache Cassandra Lunch #45: we will discuss how you can stream tweets using Twitter4S and save them to Cassandra using Alpakka Cassandra. If you want a more in depth discussion, be sure to read our previous blog post on this topic and watch the live recording, both of which are embedded below.

Check Out This Blog Post!

The blog post which discusses this topic in depth can be found here!

Resources Discussed:

Basics of working with Akka Streams Flows:

Blog on basics of Akka Streams:

Alpakka Cassandra Documentation/Information:

Twitter4S Github repository:

Demo project Github repository:

If you missed last week’s Apache Cassandra Lunch #44: Cassandra on Kubernetes – Docker/Kubernetes/Helm Part 2, don’t forget to check it out as well! If you want to attend Cassandra Lunch live every Wednesday at 12 PM EST, then you can register here now! Additionally, the playlist with all the previously recorded Cassandra Lunches is available here.


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