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Learn Elasticsearch and the Elastic Stack

“Elasticsearch and Elastic Stack: In-Depth and Hands-On!” is here! This comprehensive online course covers using Elasticsearch, Logstash, Beats, Kibana, and X-Pack with lots of hands-on examples and exercises, including importing data into Elasticsearch in many different ways. Enroll now to learn these very hot and very valuable skills.Get Course

Apache Spark with Scala

Apache Spark with Scala – Hands On with Big Data!

Learn the hottest technology in wrangling big data on a cluster: Apache Spark! Spark works best with the Scala programming language, so this course will get you up to speed on Scala before diving into everything Spark can do – with lots of hands-on examples and exercises. Now also available in book form!

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Taming Big Data with MapReduce and Hadoop

Taming Big Data with MapReduce and Hadoop – Hands On!

Learn the technology that started it all – MapReduce! MapReduce is at the heart of Hadoop, and offers a programming model for processing massive data sets on a cluster in the cloud. Get hands-on with lots of examples using the Python programming language, ranging from simple tasks all the way to anlayzing social networks and making movie recommendations with real data sets.

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About Frank Kane

Frank Kane HeadshotWelcome! I’m excited to share my 9 years of experience at Amazon.com and IMDb.com with you, where I managed and developed features such as top sellers, “people who bought also bought”, personalized recommendations for products and movies, and homepage optimization. Thanks to the revolution in online learning, I can teach you the same data mining, machine learning, and big data processing techniques needed to land a job as a data scientist or software engineer in these very hot fields.

Hit the “read more” buttons above, and you’ll be taken to my course descriptions at Udemy.com along with a coupon code for a steep discount! All of my courses are very hands-on, and dive right into real exercises using the Python programming language. We’ll mine big data to find relationships between movies, recommend movies, analyze social graphs of super-heroes, detect spam emails, search Wikipedia, and much more!