chris webster wrote:
David Payne wrote:yeah..i guess 2nd/3rd best is right. I got tempted after hearing other people's "tales of braveness".
@Anayonkar Shivalkar - I am seriously considering making my own drug gang, run by IT of course - I am gonna be the e-bay and amazon of drugs.
JUST KIDDING !!! ...
File under "Things you might not want to leave on a public bulletin board"!
Good luck with the job-hunting!
Peter Hsu wrote:If you are a person who is built for stress and could work 10+ hours a day and be merry about it, please do not read this post. This will be a waste of your time to you. (and I am sure you are going to have something to say that I will not appreciate)
Sachin rakesh wrote:Hadoop: The Definitive Guide by Tom White...This book is targetted for freshers in hadoop.Try this one..Also contact the experts in hadoop by posting it in hadoop forum etc...
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Jeanne is right. You could be summarily dismissed if they find out, or accused of obtaining money (your salary) by deception. And you will get a bad reputation.
Sachin rakesh wrote:Hadoop deals with analysis of bigdata ...Since the tool is built in java knowing any object oriented programming is an added advantage.But besides that one should be confident with the concepts of web analytics,data analysis and datawarehousing,distributed computing.
Pat Farrell wrote: I haven't seen good support from Microsoft for one of their products in two decades. Yet companies still pay for it.
Pat Farrell wrote:I don't think that Oracle can "kill" anything that is open source. But they can, and probably will, reduce the number of engineers, amount of support $$$, etc. down to zero.