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From Avery Ching <>
Subject Re: armax00 - GSoC 2013
Date Thu, 30 May 2013 22:28:02 GMT
Welcome Armando and Renato.  We look forward to working with you!


On 5/30/13 1:11 PM, Claudio Martella wrote:
> Hi!
> On behalf of the Giraph team, I'd like to welcome our two GSoC students
> Armando and Renato to Giraph. We are happy to have you on board and we are
> looking forward to see your progress. Armando will work on the integration
> of Giraph with the Tinkerpop ecosystem, while Renato will work on the
> integration with Gora. Both these projects will allow Giraph to process
> data from a number of different stores and technologies, hopefully opening
> up Giraph to a new group of users and use cases.
> Until the 17th of June, Armando and Renato will get acquainted with Giraph,
> by setting up their environment and get used to the process of contributing
> to Giraph. To do so, they will start by contributing to a bunch of issues
> that are not necessarily related to their actual GSoC project.
> I have suggested them a bunch of issues by email, but I invite the other
> team members to suggest issues that they might find useful and adequate for
> the guys to start working on. I imagine these issues do not necessarily
> need to be at the infrastructure-level, but can easily be also
> application-level algorithms, such as label propagation (which was one of
> my suggestions).
> Best,
> Claudio
> On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 7:36 PM, Armando Miraglia
> <>wrote:
>> Hi guys.
>> My name is Armando and I am a student at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
>> I am joining the project for the GSoC project I will work on together with
>> my mentor, Claudio Martella. The project is related to the issue
>> I am very excited to start working on Giraph. I am definitely sure that
>> this will boost a lot my skills as developer and my knowledge in the
>> field of distributed systems. I hope that I will be able to make the
>> difference and significantly help the project.
>> Cheers,
>> A.

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