Prototyping using the Hadoop stack

  • November 8, 2012 · 5:00 PM
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HUG agenda (registration required)

17:00-18:00 Drinks, pizza
18:15-18:30 Welcome
18:30-19:00 Data Science and the Future of Statistics-Piet Daas, CBS
19:00-19:30 Sentiment Analysis for Twitter - Tim Harbers, SNTMNT
19:30-20:30 Prototyping using the Hadoop stack - Russel Jurney
20:30-21:30 Drinks

We are joining forces with the "Data Science NL" meetup in Utrecht. The first 2 speakers are data science dudes.

Russell Jurney (Hadoop Evangelist at Hortonworks) will present about rapidly prototyping analytics applications using the Hadoop stack to return to agility in light of the ever deepening analytics stack. The presentation uses Hadoop, Pig, NoSQL stores and lightweight web frameworks to rapidly connect end-users to real insights. Topics covered include writing User Defined Functions in Pig and publishing insights mined on Hadoop to NoSQL stores like MongoDB, HBase, and Cassandra, and using Python, Ruby, JRuby and Node.js to present data mined on Hadoop in a web browser.

Russel is writing a book called Agile Data. He is a former data scientist at LinkedIn, and now works for Hortonworks.

The book link is here: which tells you a bit more about Russel's message.

You can read the almost finished book on this topic (start with chapter 2) here:

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