Data is everywhere. In fact, we’re surrounded by so much data that it’s nearly impossible to even wrap our heads around what it all means. And to further complicate the matter, it’s growing. Ninety percent of all the data ever created by mankind has happened in the last 24 months.
And, all that data isn’t just accumulating like dry leaves in the hands of tech companies. It’s everywhere, helping drive decisions like what’s hot in fashion, what we see in film and television, and even how non-profit organizations approach charitable giving.
Meanwhile, massive data sets are like rocket fuel for machine learning specialists, who use it to craft even more precise courses of action for computers to essentially think for themselves, processing and making decisions about that data, all without human interaction.
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The first half of this collection focuses on data science, with six courses offering hands-on training in big data practices as well as the tools that power information-driven analytics. After getting up to speed on the fundamentals, students will find out how apps like Hadoop, Scala, MapReduce, Elasticsearch, and Spark Streaming are creating easier, faster methods for processing mass data sets in real-time. Armed with the numbers, learners also learn the skills to mine important nuggets from that raw data and turn those findings into actionable recommendations.
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