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Ari Zilka, CTO of Hortonworks

Big Data & Brews: Ari Zilka, CTO of Hortonworks on Larger Hadoop Ecosystem & Vision

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January 28, 2014

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TRANSCRIPT Stefan:           Welcome back to Big Data & Brews with Ari from Hortonworks. Ari, we’ve got a community question. The community question, if I can rephrase it slightly, what are you bringing to the table as a new CTO of Hortonworks? What’s really your focus? Ari:                  What I bring to the table as Hortonworks’ CTO […]

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Justin Borgman, CEO of Hadapt

Big Data & Brews: Justin Borgman, CEO of Hadapt part 2

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January 14, 2014

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This week’s episode of Big Data & Brews is part 2 of my discussion with Justin Borgman, the CEO of Hadapt. We talk about the future of Hadoop & Hadapt, schemaless SQL,  company culture & the benefits(?) of beers on coding, Lucene, Solr, AWS, YARN, and more. In case you missed part 1, you can […]

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Justin Borgman, CEO of Hadapt

Big Data & Brews: Justin Borgman, CEO of Hadapt

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January 7, 2014

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I can now say that I enjoy a gluten-free beer, thanks to Justin Borgman, the CEO of Hadapt. We got a chance to talk about one of my favorite ;) topics… SQL on Hadoop, and a bit about what it’s like to be an entrepreneur in the Big Data space. Check out the first of […]

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Oscar Boykin, Data Scientist at Twitter

Big Data & Brews: Oscar Boykin from Twitter talks Haskell and Scalding – part 2

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December 31, 2013

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Happy (almost!) New Year! Here’s part two of my chat with Oscar Boykin, a data scientist at Twitter:

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Big Data & Brews Oscar Boykin

Big Data & Brews: Oscar Boykin from Twitter talks Cascading & Scala

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December 24, 2013

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I had fun talking with Oscar Boykin, a data scientist at Twitter, over a Kona Longboard Island Lager. He did a great job explaining Cascading and Scala. Enjoy.

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2014 Prediction

2014: The Year of Big Sensor Data

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December 11, 2013

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**This post originally appeared in the SandHill blog** In looking at Google search-term trends, the business-friendly term “Big Data” has surpassed the more technical term “Hadoop,” indicative of the fact that we’ve finally crossed the chasm from early adopters to the early majority. This, to me, indicates there’s a whole new class of Big Data […]

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Michael Zeller, CEO of Zementis

Big Data & Brews: Michael Zeller, CEO of Zementis, Part 1

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December 11, 2013

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As I said in this episode with Michael Zeller, the CEO of Zementis: I love my job. 0:08 Welcome to today’s episode of Big Data & brews, today with Mike. Mike can you introduce yourself and your brew? I’m Mike Zeller, CEO of Zementis, we focus on operational predictive analytics and my brew here is Franziskaner […]

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Stefan Groschupf Donating $10,000 to ProWildlife

A Sincere Thank You

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December 9, 2013

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To all of you that purchased the Charity Edition to help save elephants orphaned by the ivory trade, thank you. With your support, we are able to donate an amazing $10,000 to ProWildlife and the Elephant Orphanage Project to help them in their mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release orphaned elephants back into the wild. […]

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Antonio Piccolboni

Big Data & Brews: Antonio Piccolboni, Independent Data Scientist, part 2

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December 3, 2013

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This week, Antonio talked in-depth about the open source project he’s working on called RHadoop, a collection of four R packages that allow users to manage and analyze data with Hadoop. He talked about its use cases, some of the general challenges of starting an open source project on Hadoop, and why he thinks Javascript is […]

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Antonio Piccolboni

Big Data & Brews with Antonio Piccolboni, Independent Data Scientist, part 1

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November 26, 2013

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This week, independent data scientist Antonio Piccolboni stopped by the studio to chat about his history as a bioinformatician, how he got started with one of the earliest versions of Hadoop at Quantcast, and a little bit about the open source project he’s working on with Revolution Analytics to combine R and Hadoop. As always, […]

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