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From Ted Dunning <>
Subject Re: Working on CouchDB or Hadoop
Date Thu, 20 May 2010 18:11:19 GMT

Take a look at Cassandra, Hbase and Voldemort as well.  All provide
interesting variants on NOSQL capability.

On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 8:08 AM, Isabel Drost <> wrote:

> On 19.05.2010 Sean Bartell wrote:
> > I was looking for something to do over the summer, and the mentoring
> > program looked like a good choice. I've recently developed an interest
> > in filesystems and NoSQL databases, so I'm interested in working on
> > CouchDB or Hadoop. So far, I've messed around with CouchDB and submitted
> > a small patch for a bug. Is one of these projects a better candidate for
> > mentoring, or should I keep looking into both?
> I'd say that depends mostly on your own preference - namely in terms of
> programming language, the topics you are interested in. Usually it is
> easiest to
> get active at a project that you are actually using yourself.
> From your e-mail I conclude that you have some experience with CouchDB
> already.
> As for Hadoop: Did you have a look at the code base or the open issues in
> already? I guess you might want to have a closer look at the HDFS or HBase
> stuff.
> > Also, if I decide I want to work on one, is that project's mailing list
> the
> > right place to ask for project ideas?
> You might want to have a look at JIRA first - search for open issues you
> are
> interested in working on, there might be some issues marked as suitable for
> GSoC
> students. Those might be interesting for you as well.
> Going to the mailing lists and just asking for ideas of course is an idea
> as
> well. However working on Mahout and dealing with students there as well, I
> have
> the impression that students tend to be more successful when not told what
> to do
> but when choosing their tasks themselves.
> Isabel

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