It’s never been easier to build your Big Data knowledge. Alex Bennett from Firebrand Training takes a look at some of the options professionals now have to train and certify in Big Data with Microsoft.
Fully Open, licensed under MIT and managed on Github, Parquet.Net is a library for modern .NET that enables the reading and writings of Parquet files inside the .NET framework.
Alex Bennett from Firebrand Training takes a look at Windows Server certification, from what the changes from the end of last year mean, to what courses are available.
This article is for those new to the world of business intelligence, such as application developers and cloud architects, who want to understand how a typical BI solution works, what each of its components do and some of the technologies used to implement them.
How do customers feel about your company? It’s probably not the easiest question to answer definitively. Data analysis is often the best step, and it’s qualitative data that can often mean the difference between success and failure.
By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq Big data. Machine learning. As emerging areas of technology, these are hugely engaging topics for developers, and push the boundaries of what humans can achieve through computing. However, not everyone feels positively about them, and despite the fact that we’re still scratching the surface of what we’re able to…
In the age of big data, R is rapidly becoming the leading programming language in statistics and data science.
Big data often brings big results, but various challenges and setbacks usually aren’t far behind. These challenges can represent a barrier for adoption, but, as Rick Delgado explains, such issues can be overcome.
Big data can be used in the strangest of ways and the retail industry has usually been the heaviest user of all. Rick Delgado shares four wise practices that convert raw data into satisfied customers, improved products, and notable profits.
If you have ever watched the Star Trek First Contact film the crew allude to the fact that then star ship Enterprise is named after the first space shuttle, when actually it’s the other way around the first space shuttle was so named because over 2 million star trek fans lobbied NASA to call it…