Monthly Archives: September 2014

Notes from Databricks’ blog post about the plans for Spark SQL

You should instead be reading the original blog post Shark, Spark SQL, Hive on Spark, and the future of SQL on Spark on Databricks’ blog as what’s coming below are my notes to build up a better understanding of Spark SQL (and potentially help the project bringing in more eyes to it).

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Learning #Spark from @OReillyMedia – Look no further for definitive guide to big data analytics with Apache Spark

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The following book review is about the Early Release (Raw & Unedited) version of the book Learning Spark: Lightning-Fast Big Data Analytics from O’Reilly. I was reading the book in the mobi format on Kindle Paperwhite. It was a review copy from O’Reilly. tl;dr Read the book if you’re curious about Apache Spark and are […]

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JDay Lviv 2014 is over, but the memories remain forever – looking forward to 2015!

Thanks Andriy Andrunevchyn and Andriy Pashkevych for the fabulous JDay 2014 conference in Lviv, Ukraine. The city, the venue, the people and the temperature outside made the conference such a fantastic event. Thanks a bunch! I owe you a lot for having been invited to speak on the conference.

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