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Thursday, March 24th 6:30 PM

 
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QuickStart
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  PRESENTATION:
Part 2 of Four Part Series on Data Science - A Journey to Data Science

Using Pre-configured Hadoop Sandboxes

Data Science Overview for SQL Professionals
Part 1 - Journey to Data Science (2/25/2016)
Part 2 - Using Pre-configured Hadoop Sandboxes (3/24/2016)
Part 3 - Dealing with a Variety of Data Sources
Part 4 - Microsoft Data Science Solution

Descriptions

Part 1 - A Journey to Data Science (on 2/25/2016)
Meeting Date: 2/25/2016, presenter: Joshua Jin
In this session, Joshua gives an overview of the problem domain of data science, end-to-end data science data platform and processing, the data scientist skill sets, and commonly used toolsets. There will be short code demos using open source products to illustrate how a data scientist approaches their problems. The Part 1 session is to give you a sense that how data science may impact your SQL career path in the future regardless what data platform you will be using.

Part 2 - Using Pre-configured Hadoop Sandboxes (on 3/24/2016, presenter: David Knickerbocker)
David will show you how to setup a sandbox and demo a variety of open source database technologies and data platforms.

Part 3 - Dealing with Multiple Data Technologies (TBD)
Data wrangling, data stitching/merging, and data exchange

Part 4 - Microsoft Data Science Solution (TBD)
Azure Machine Learning? and Microsoft's R Integration

BIO
Joshua Jin is a Data Architect and working on Big Data development, multiple database technologies, and adopting best Data Science platforms.
 

 


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