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Below please find our regularly scheduled quarterly update about where to find tech talks by Cloudera employees this year – this time, for July through September 2013. Note that this list will be continually curated during the period; complete logistical information may not be available yet.
As always, we’re standing by to assist your meetup by providing speakers, sponsorships, and schwag!
|July 11||Boston||Boston HUG||Solr Committer Mark Miller on Solr+Hadoop|
|July 11||Santa Clara, Calif.||Big Data Gurus||Patrick Hunt on Solr+Hadoop|
|July 11||Palo Alto, Calif.||Cloudera Manager Meetup||Phil Zeyliger on Cloudera Manager internals|
|July 11||Kansas City, Mo.||KC Big Data||Matt Harris on Impala|
|July 17||Mountain View, Calif.||Bay Area Hadoop Meetups||Patrick Hunt on Solr+Hadoop|
|July 22||Chicago||Chicago Big Data||Hadoop and Lucene founder Doug Cutting on Solr+Hadoop|
|July 22||Portland, Ore.||OSCON 2013||Tom Wheeler on “Introduction to Apache Hadoop”|
|July 24||Portland, Ore.||OSCON 2013||Sqoop Committer Kate Ting on “Building an Impenetrable ZooKeeper”|
|July 24||Portland, Ore.||OSCON 2013||Jesse Anderson on “Doing Data Science On NFL Play by Play”|
|July 24||Portland, Ore.||OSCON 2013||Bigtop Committer Mark Grover on “Getting Hadoop, Hive and HBase up and running in less than 15 minutes”|
|July 24||Portland, Ore.||OSCON 2013||Hadoop Committer Colin McCabe on Locksmith|
|July 25||San Francisco||SF Data Engineering||Wolfgang Hoschek on Morphlines|
|July 25||Washington DC||Hadoop-DC||Joey Echeverria on Accumulo|
|Aug. 14||San Francisco||SF Hadoop Users||TBD, but we’re hosting!|
|Aug. 14||LA||LA HBase Users Meetup||HBase Committer/PMC Chair Michael Stack on HBase|
|Aug. 29||London||London Java Community||Hadoop Committer Tom White on CDK|
|Sept. 11||San Francisco||Cloudera Sessions (SOLD OUT)||Eric Sammer-led CDK lab|
|Sept. 12||New York||NYC Search, Discovery & Analytics Meetup||Solr Committer Mark Miller on Solr+Hadoop|
|Sept. 12||Cambridge, UK||Enterprise Search Cambridge UK||Tom White on Solr+Hadoop|
|Sept. 12||Los Angeles||LA Hadoop Users Group||Greg Chanan on Solr+Hadoop|
|Sept. 16||Sunnyvale, Calif.||Big Data Gurus||Eric Sammer on CDK|
|Sept. 17||Sunnyvale, Calif.||SF Large-Scale Production Engineering||Darren Lo on Hadoop Ops|
|Sept. 18||Mountain View, Calif.||Silicon Valley JUG||Wolfgang Hoschek on Morphlines|
|Sept. 19||El Dorado Hills, Calif.||NorCal Big Data||Apache Bigtop Committer Sean Mackrory on Bigtop & QuickStart VM|
|Sept. 24||Washington DC||Hadoop-DC||Doug Cutting on Apache Lucene|
For those of you who missed the show, session video and presentation slides (as well as photos) will be available via hbasecon.com in a few weeks. (To be notified, follow @cloudera or @ClouderaEng.) Although it’s not quite as good as being there with the rest of the community, you’ll still be able to partake from the real-world experiences of Apache HBase users like Facebook, Box, Yahoo!, Salesforce.com, Pinterest, Twitter, Groupon, and more.
HBaseCon 2013 is this Thursday (June 13 in San Francisco), and we can hardly wait!
Unbelievably, HBaseCon 2013 is only one week away (June 13 in San Francisco)!
As we march toward HBaseCon 2013 (June 13 in San Francisco), it’s time to bring you a preview of the Internals track (see the Operations track preview here) — the track guaranteed to be of most interest to Apache HBase developers and other people tracking the progress of the code base.
As you have probably learned by now, HBaseCon 2013 sessions are organized into four tracks: Operations, Internals, Ecosystem, and Case Studies. In combination, they offer a 360-degree view of Apache HBase that is invaluable for experts and aspiring experts alike. In the next few posts leading up to the conference (June 13 in San Francisco – register now while there’s still room), we’ll offer sneak previews of what each track has to offer.
The schedule/agenda grid for HBaseCon 2013 (rapidly approaching: June 13 in San Francisco) is a thing of beauty.
HBaseCon 2013 is approaching fast – June 13 in San Francisco. If you’re on the fence about attending – or perhaps your manager is on the fence about approving your participation – here are a few things that you/they need to know (in no particular order):
- HBaseCon is the annual rallying point for the HBase community. If you’ve ever had a desire to learn how to get involved in the community as a contributor, or just want to ask a committer or PMC member why things are done (or not done) a certain way, this is your opportunity – because this is where those people are. Participating in a mailing list thread is never quite the same once you’ve met the people behind it.
- HBaseCon is a one-stop shop for learning about the HBase roadmap, as well as other projects across the ecosystem. Current HBase users should be particularly interested in learning about which JIRAs will have the most impact on the user experience – and once again, most of the committers working on those JIRAs will either be leading sessions or otherwise present. Plus, you can learn about how new complementary projects like Impala, Kiji, Phoenix, and Honeycomb are transforming the use cases for HBase and helping to expand its footprint across the enterprise.
- HBaseCon is a feast of real-world experiences and use cases. Sure, maybe you’ve read about the HBase-backed applications used by companies like Facebook, Salesforce.com, eBay, Pinterest, and Yahoo!. But wouldn’t it be helpful to hear technical details and best practices directly from the people who built and run them? I’ll bet it would. And you really can’t do that anywhere else — in the whole world. (Plus, you can take advantage of formal training right before the conference, at a discount.)
- HBaseCon is a pageant of engineer rock-stars. If your company is an HBase user and hungry for talent, there’s no better place to find it: HBaseCon is literally the world’s biggest gathering of HBase experts under one roof.
- HBaseCon is a heck of a blast. Come for the deep-dives and advice, stay for the after-event party. The libations will be extensive!
Cloudera will be a proud exhibitor at O’Reilly OSCON 2013 (July 22-26 in Portland, OR), which in our opinion is a shining light in the open source community. So be sure to look for us at Booth #420!