The reason behind...
What's our motivation?
Real problems come from real life. We want to understand the difficulties encountered by the big data players in order to overcome the gap between industry and research.
It’s easy to offer complex solutions to simple problems but gathering pasionate minds will increase the chances to go the other way around.
Sharing the knowledge between the big data community members will provide the foundation to build upon. We want to spread more than just some tech talks about the technologies we master, but also best practices provided through “hands-on” open-source projects.
So, what's the deal?
Even though the big data field has evolved and a lot of technology have emerged, finding optimal solutions for handling large specific datasets, still remains hard to achieve. In order to accomplish this goal, we plan to build a group of highly skilled people with expertise in different areas of the big data ecosystem.
We will provide free proof of concepts / support to deal with real life problems in our field of interest. All the work will be made open source on github. In this manner you will have a solution to your use case and the big data community will increase the knowledge.
Implement great solutions
Build up knowledge
Have fun working together
“Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done.” – Robert A. Heinlein
Checkout our github account: Big Data Research Group
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