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Posts published by “Lars Fiedler”

Lars has comprehensive expertise building large complex software systems, and has served as a Software Engineer at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory from 2010-2014, where he began developing Composable Analytics. Prior to joining Lincoln Laboratory, Lars worked as a Software Engineer at Microsoft Corporation from 2006 to 2010. Lars received his MS in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2004, and his BS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2003.

Enabling Long Paths in Composable

Lars Fiedler

Have you ever received the error System.IO.PathTooLongException: The specified path, file name, or both are too long. The full qualified file name must be less than 260 characters, the the…

Configuring DataBricks ODBC connection in Composable

Lars Fiedler

In this post we’ll be going over how to configure an ODBC connection to DataBricks within Composable so you can run spark queries from Composable resources (i.e. QueryViews and DataFlows)…

StreamSets vs Composable

Lars Fiedler

Many first time users of Composable have asked “How does Composable compare to Streamsets?” I finally had the opportunity to use Streamsets in a real-life setting a couple of months…

Welcome to Composable 2.0

Lars Fiedler

As we dive into 2019, we’d like to tell you about one of the Composable team’s proudest accomplishments from the last year — the launch of Composable Enterprise 2.0. In…

Progress Metrics for DataFlows

Lars Fiedler

Composable has recently added progress-tracking features, including progress metrics and animations. Both of these aim to elucidated DataFlow execution by showing the modules that are currently executing and highlighting potential…