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Hadoop in 24 Hours
Tuesday 23 May

Author: Jeffrey Aven
Publisher: Sams
Date: April 2017
Pages: 500
ISBN: 978-0672338526
Print: 0672338521
Kindle: B06XYM3XH4
Audience: Big data developers
Rating: 4.5
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank

Hadoop is a complex ecosystem, but this book does a good job of teaching you the way around it. 


 

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