Hadoop For .NET Developers

Kevin Feasel

2016-08-31

Hadoop

Elton Stoneman has a new Pluralsight course out:

My latest Pluralsight course is out now:

Hadoop for .NET Developers

It takes you through running Hadoop on Windows and using .NET to write MapReduce queries – proving that you can do Big Data on the Microsoft stack.

The course has five modules, starting with the architecture of Hadoop and working through a proof-of-concept approach, evaluating different options for running Hadoop and integrating it with .NET.

I’ve liked Elton’s courses, as he’s one of the few trainers who really takes the time to show how you can integrate .NET languages into a Hadoop ecosystem; the general philosophy is “go learn Java and Scala and Python and …”

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