MOOC or in-class training?

In his article, “How the pioneers of MOOC got it all wrong,” Robert Ubell quotes surprising statistics. Today,

Lawyers and Machine Learning – How a Little Learning Goes a Long Way

  Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are certainly all the rage today. AI will touch everyone, it

On learning languages, machine translation, and neural networks

If you are into learning languages, take a look at the Glossika startup. I believe it offers the

Teaching Big Data in Bentonville

  Every time I go and work or teach at a company whose name nobody knows (this beginning can

Healthcare and Machine Learning – a Practical Approach

Machine learning is arguably the next most exciting thing to happen in healthcare. However, there is a gap

How to start your career in Big Data (by Mark Kerzner)

When my friend and co-founder Sujee Maniyam presented his “Launching Your Career in Big Data” at SNIA, it

What does Indian classical music have to do with Big Data?

2016 promises to be a great year for Indian music in Houston. At this moment you might be

Learning Scala by Example, chapter 4

Please note that I am skipping chapter 3. Chapter 3 is a “running ahead of myself” type of

Learning Scala By Example, Chapter 2

In the previous, first installment, I explained why it is worth your while to learn Scala. Now I

Smart Meters Texas – Case Study

A smart meter processing company was having trouble with its solution. Although based on Big Data, it was