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Meet the Instructor: Jesse Anderson

Jesse Anderson The Hadoop Community is an invariably fascinating world.  After all, as Clouderan ATM put it in a past blog post, the user group meetups are adorably called “HUGs.” Just as the Cloudera blog has introduced you to some of the engineers, projects, and applications that serve as the head, heart, and hands of the Hadoop Community, we’re proud to add the circulatory system (to extend the metaphor), made up of Cloudera’s expert trainers and curriculum developers who bring Hadoop to new practitioners around the world every week.

Welcome to the first installment of our “Meet the Instructor” series, in which we briefly introduce you to some of the individuals endeavoring to teach Hadoop far and wide. Today, we speak to Jesse Anderson (@jessetanderson)! 

Meet the Engineer: Marcel Kornacker

Marcel Kornacker

In this installment of “Meet the Engineer”, meet Marcel Kornacker, the architect of the Cloudera Impala open-source real-time query engine for Apache Hadoop.

Meet the Engineer: Nong Li

In this installment of “Meet the Engineer”, meet Nong Li, a software engineer working on the open-source Cloudera Impala real-time query engine.

What do you do at Cloudera?

Meet the Engineer-Turned-Product Manager: Eva Andreasson

Eva

In this installment of “Meet the Engineer”, meet Eva Andreasson (@EvaAndreasson), a former Java programmer currently working with Cloudera engineers as the product manager for CDH.

Meet the Engineer: Todd Lipcon

Todd

In this installment of “Meet the Engineers”, meet Todd Lipcon (@tlipcon), PMC member/committer for the Hadoop, HBase, and Thrift projects.

Meet the Engineer: Jon Natkins

In this installment of “Meet the Engineers”, meet Jonathan Natkins,  also known as “Natty” by his friends and colleagues. 

What do you do at Cloudera, and in which Apache project are you involved?

Meet the Engineer: Eric Sammer

In this installment of “Meet the Engineer”, we meet with Eric Sammer (invariably known as just plain “Sammer”), Apache committer and author of the upcoming O’Reilly book, Hadoop Operations.

What do you do at Cloudera, and in which Apache project are you involved?

Meet the Engineer: Aaron T. Myers

Aaron T. Myers

As I mentioned in my inaugural post last week, it’s important to shine a spotlight on the Cloudera engineers who have a hand in making the Hadoop projects run. It’s an obvious point, and yet an overlooked one, that a community is an aggregation of individual personalities who have diverse backgrounds and interests yet a shared passion for the group and its goals. As Jono Bacon puts it in his seminal 2009 book The Art of Community, “The building blocks of a community are its teams, and the material that makes these blocks are people.”

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