Category Archives: Hadoop

Create your Own Company as a means to gain experience

Here’s an excerpt I found very interesting from John Sonmez’s newly released book, ‘the Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide’. It is a good read and I recommend it. I think I might try this option, and I think you guys … Continue reading

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How to start EMR on AWS

NOTES FROM USING SPARK in the HADOOP ECOSYSTEM by Rick Morrow Starting EMR on AWS Objective In this lab, you’ll use Amazon Web Services to set up a 3 node Elastic MapReduce (EMR) cluster which you can then use for … Continue reading

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Notes From Lynda.com Hadoop Fundamentals

NOTES FROM Hadoop Fundamentals Lynn Langit 1. Why Move Away from Relational Databases? Understanding the limits of relational database management systems The downfalls of relational databases such as SQL Server, Oracle, or My SQL is that as more and more … Continue reading

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What?! Oh hell no! Hold up. Huh?? Oh okay.

This blog is about so many different things. It’s about things that make you go ‘What’! And then when you don’t want to except those things that’s the part of the blog that’s in the second page it’s called “Oh … Continue reading

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Best Operating System for Developers?

This is a frequent question among newbies to the tech industry. Obviously it is going to depend on what kind of development you are up to. If you are making a Linux application, you’ll need a Linux OS; if you’re … Continue reading

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Why every developer should learn R, Python, and Hadoop.

Recently I used R for my course project on data mining. The course didn’t require that we use R, or Python. Instead, the course was thought on WEKA. But here’s why I think it should be done on R or … Continue reading

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