Image: Shutterstock At a recent software conference in Bangalore, a co-speaker shared his first experience trying to “mobile check-in” for his flight to Bangalore. Not knowing if he would make …
Employers who are smart enough to ask the right questions about their employees will be able to predict their employees’ behaviour, sometimes even before the employees themselves realize they would eventually decide to leave
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March 10, 2014 16:03 pm by sundar
Hi Manish Nice article to know about hadoop . Thanks
March 04, 2014 18:58 pm by Sudarshan
Yes ofcourse on that i agree completely. its more of economy/comercial reasons that they can not getinto bigdata all at once...thanks Manish !!!
March 03, 2014 15:18 pm by Manish Bhide
Sudarshan, Enterprises which have already invested heavily into DW have a whole lot of processes/applications that make use of the warehouse. They are unlikely to change these processes/apps. Hence its important for BigData and warehouses to co-exist.
March 03, 2014 08:49 am by shilpesh katragadda
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There is only one story about the Indian service based IT companies. If you want to know the true stories about these companies, please visit glassdoor.com or mouthshut.com. The direct employees will tell you better.
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