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From Christophe Bisciglia <christo...@cloudera.com>
Subject Announcement: Hadoop Training in February (Bay Area) and March (NYC)
Date Tue, 12 Jan 2010 20:40:48 GMT
Hadoop Fans, We're looking forward to a full house at our upcoming sessions
in January (Bay Area) and February (NYC). For those of you who have inquired
recently, we're sorry we sold out so early this month! It's amazing to see
the community growing so quickly.
To that end, we're happy to announce two additional sessions:
February 22-24 (SF Bay Area): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/527260049
March 10-12 (NYC): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/534680243

You can get 10% off either session by registering at least 30 days in
advance.
 February's Bay Area Hadoop Training session will again be led by Tom White
(author of O'Reilly's "Hadoop: The Definitive Guide") and will be sponsored
by Yahoo! this time. You'll get to hear from Owen O'Malley, Yahoo! Architect
and Apache VP for Hadoop, about running Hadoop on some of the largest
clusters in the world. We're really excited about the interest we've had
from major technology leaders in sharing their experiences with new Hadoop
users, and we hope to continue taking advantage of this to share that
perspective with the community. For those of you hoping to spend more time
working on web scale data problems, this is a great chance to get certified
and learn more about job opportunities at Yahoo! - and it's not just Yahoo!
that's hiring for Hadoop. Obtaining your certification is a great way to
stand out for all those Hadoop jobs out there. Here's a great graph showing
how interest is rising rapidly amongst employers:
http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=hadoop&l=&relative=1 Christophe and the
Cloudera Team

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