The Ultimate Hands-On Hadoop – Tame Your Big Data Course Updates & The Latest News!

Hi Folks,

We’ve been busy updating our Ultimate Hands On Hadoop – Tame your Big Data course! 

Cloudera threw us for a loop when they suddenly cut off access to their software repositories to people who are not paid customers; this caused a lot of the hands-on activities in the course to no longer work as they used to. 

Not to worry; we’ve found workarounds for all of the activities affected, and re-recorded the associated lectures to ensure you have a smooth experience while working through this course. 

If you ran into trouble recently, go back and try again – there may be updated steps to get  you through it now.

The latest news in AI, Machine Learning, and Data Science includes; the environmental impact of deep learning, the most in-demand skills for data scientists in 2021, and how a winery is using AI to improve their crop. 

Get the rest of the latest news in AI, Data Science & Deep Learning below.

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Here are some news highlights from the past couple of weeks: 

Compute cost and environmental impact of Deep Learning

Three Steps For Rethinking How To Operationalize AI In 2021

8 Best Visualizations To Consider For Your Data Science Projects

The Persistent Peril of Machine Learning

This Winery And Tomato Processor Used Artificial Intelligence To Make Their Crops Better

The Most In-Demand Skills for Data Scientists in 2021

Framework for prototyping of machine learning algorithms (Python)

Three Ways Machine Learning Helps Tech Businesses

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Frank Kane

CEO/Founder of Sundog Education

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Frank spent 9 years at Amazon and IMDb, developing and managing the technology that automatically delivers product and movie recommendations to hundreds of millions of customers, all the time. Frank holds 17 issued patents in the fields of distributed computing, data mining, and machine learning. In 2012, Frank left to start his own successful company, Sundog Software, which focuses on virtual reality environment technology, and teaching others about big data analysis.

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