In God we trust. All others must bring data.--Deming.
<Here is what I can predict: all
large energy companies will start following suit, and the demand for Big Data
developers will skyrocket. So too the salaries and the hourly rates.
--The preceding statement is predictive.
In Propositional Logic, all statements about the future are false.
In Modal Logic, all statements about the future are probabilistic.
<There is no better time than this to
sign up for the bootcamp>
--The preceding statement is fact:
A current price for a future event.
But where is the data that corroborates, “There is no better time,” or
is their a swap on the benefactor to make either a false statement true, or a
probabilistic statement merely possible?
How can someone running a group dealing specifically with
Data, not be data literate—a descriptor reserved for those versed in Data
Analytics. References for such would
Sales and Marketing the Six
Sigma Way, 2006, by Michael Webb.
Sexy Little Numbers, 2013, by Dmitri Maex.
By dint of:
Propositional Logic, F & T ≡ F.
Modal Logic, Ø & T ≡ Ø.
Let's see some DATA. No corroborative data, and the second e-mail
below this one is fallacious.
And if we look under the hood at the kernel, how would one compare the
kernel logic with that of its children?
It seems the kernel seeks to make money off children who have strayed
from this kernel logic—a kind of arbitrage, no?
And how did either the text for my e-mail get past Meetup security, or
its inspiration past self validation?
I would hope that the coding of said bootcamp would not incorporate any
of the syntax or semantics in this sales pitch.
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Tsss... I heard it through the grapevine
I just got an indication that Big
Data revolution has started in Houston.
First projects are coming. Here is what I can predict: all large energy
companies will start following suit, and the demand for Big Data developers
will skyrocket. So too the salaries and the hourly rates.
There is no better time than this to
sign up for the bootcamp, http://elephantscale.com/bootcamp.
Under the circumstances, we are not offering any additional discounts. Grab the
existing ones while they last - and even at full price this is a great value.
It is time to have a Hadoop group in Houston. We will learn about Hadoop and related technologies. This is for anybody interested in Hadoop/BigData: software developers, manager, entrepreneurs, recruiters.