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In this special guest feature, Jesse Anderson from Cloudera writes about the similarities of programming and playing Sudoku. Jesse works at Cloudera on the Educational Services team as a Curriculum Developer and Instructor.
I recently became aware of a new whitepaper by Jim Sterne, founding president and chairman of the Digital Analytics Association – “From Data Scientist to Data Artist – Data Sculpting to Shape Business Insights.” [Read More...]
A very timely article recently appeared in Forbes that focused on several issues that may hold back big data from contributing to the bottom line in the near term, How Soon Will Big Data Yield Big Profits? This topic is on the mind of many companies in the process or contemplating the move into big data technology solutions. [Read More...]
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