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Code is as code does
The code shown here is a slightly modified version of some sample code provided by Nick Berardi. The code opens up an existing column family, adds a row to it, creates two super columns, adds columns and values into the super columns, adds the super columns as property values into the new row, attaches the row and saves all changes.
As you can see, getting the DataStax Community version of Cassandra installed and running is pretty easy. And once DataStax is on your machine, you have a range of browser, command line and developer clients available to create and query Cassandra NoSQL databases.