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Users of diverse, real-world HBase deployments around the world present at this year’s event.
This year’s agenda for HBaseCon, the conference for the Apache HBase community (developers, operators, contributors), looks “Stack-ed” with can’t-miss keynotes and breakouts. Program committee, you really came through (again).
These suggestions from the Program Committee offer an inside track to getting your talk accepted!
With HBaseCon 2014 (in San Francisco on May 5) Call for Papers closing in just over three weeks (on Feb. 14 — sooner than you think), there’s no better time than “now” to start thinking about your proposal.
The third-annual HBaseCon is now open for business. Submit your paper or register today for early bird savings!
Seems like only yesterday that droves of Apache HBase developers, committers/contributors, operators, and other enthusiasts converged in San Francisco for HBaseCon 2013 — nearly 800 of them, in fact.
Find Cloudera tech talks in Berlin, Budapest, London, Stockholm, Tokyo, and across the US during this calendar quarter.
Below please find our regularly scheduled quarterly update about where to find tech talks by Cloudera employees – this time, for the first calendar quarter of 2014 (January through March). Note that this list will be continually curated during the period; complete logistical information may not be available yet. And remember, many of these talks are in “free” venues (no cost of entry).
Join us at Cloudera’s San Francisco office on Feb. 20 for tech talks, T-shirts, and adult refreshments!
As an extension of the DeveloperWeek Conf & Festival 2014 experience in San Francisco next month, join us at Cloudera’s San Francisco office for a Developer Happy Hour (beer + tech talks), focusing on Apache Hadoop 2 application development. Anyone (attendees or non) is free to attend, but RSVP now because seats (and “Data is the New Bacon” T-shirts) are limited!
In the wake of the Strata + Hadoop World 2013 afterglow, speaker slides and video have been posted. For your convenience, they are aggregated below:
Among Cloudera’s engineer-presenters at Strata + Hadoop World 2013 this week, Philip Zeyliger (“Tricks for Distributed System Debugging and Diagnosis“) was particularly fortunate to have been interviewed by O’Reilly Media editor Meghan Blanchette on camera.
In the following 8-minute interview, Philip offers an overview of common pain points and failures when debugging distributed systems:
For those of you attending virtually/in spirit, I thought it would be nice to bring you a selection of photos from the week so far. Credit goes to Alex Moundalexis (@technmsg) for the majority of these shots.
Kate Ting, Apache Sqoop cookbook co-chef.
We are just a weekend away from the Biggest. Strata + Hadoop World. Ever.
As a delicious appetizer for the Strata Conference + Hadoop World next week (sold out!), O’Reilly Media has partnered with us to create and publish a new e-book specifically intended for technical end-users of Cloudera Impala, the open source distributed query engine for Apache Hadoop.
Authored by Cloudera’s own John Russell, the e-book provides a 30-page tour of Impala’s internals and architecture, as well as common usage patterns intended for mainstream (SQL) users.