Tag: Java

Data Science Platforms Seen as Difference-Makers

Jan 23, 2017 |

How will data scientists work in the future? Based on today’s trends and a new survey by Forrester, it seems likely that much of the work that data scientists do will revolve around centralized platforms that help to organize not just the data and the tools, but data scientists themselves. Read more…

What Data Science Skills Employers Want Now

Jan 7, 2016 |

There’s good news if you’re for a job in data science in 2016 — the number of job openings in the field appears to be rising as companies look to leverage big data for competitive advantage. Read more…

Will Scala Take Over the Big Data World?

Aug 10, 2015 |

When it comes to picking a language for writing big data applications, developers have an embarrassment of riches at their disposal. Python and R have proven popular among data scientists, while Java has been the go-to language for those developing apps on Hadoop. Read more…

Wanted: A Plug-In Architecture for Hadoop Development

May 6, 2015 |

Hadoop is hard. There’s just no way around that. Setting up and running a cluster is hard, and so is developing applications that make sense of, and create value from, big data. Read more…

Making Hadoop Relevant to HPC

May 27, 2014 |

Despite its proven ability to affordably process large amounts of data, Apache Hadoop and its MapReduce framework are being taken seriously only at a subset of U.S. supercomputing facilities and only by a subset of professionals within the HPC community. Read more…

IBM Ships Hadoop Appliance for the Big-Skills Challenged

Sep 10, 2013 |One of the side effects of the massive run-up in Hadoop deployments is the creation of a big skills shortage. IBM claims to have addressed part of that shortage with the general availability of an all-in-one Hadoop appliance that will relieve users of some of the burdens of deploying, programming, and managing a Hadoop environment. Read more…