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New Forum Leaders- Lemur and Ishkabible

Post icon  Posted 05 June 2015 - 06:50 PM

Congratulations to our two newest Forum Leaders, Lemur and ishkabible!

Lemur will be leading in the Python forum, where he will be sharing his experiences and helping others get started with Big Data technologies! Big Data is a relatively new area with lots of avenues to explore, and we are excited to have Lemur sharing his expertise with us.

ishkabible will be leading in our Computer Science forum. He is currently interested in theoretical computer science and mathematical logic and will be promoting discussions on theoretical topics on Dream.in.Code! We are very excited to have ishkabible on board as well!

Please give a warm welcome to both Lemur and ishkabible!

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Re: New Forum Leaders- Lemur and Ishkabible

Posted 05 June 2015 - 09:43 PM

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I will be interested in reading Lemur's experiences with this as it is an area which interests me immensely.


Well done guys !
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Re: New Forum Leaders- Lemur and Ishkabible

Posted 06 June 2015 - 09:39 AM

Welcome to the FL club, gentlemen!
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Re: New Forum Leaders- Lemur and Ishkabible

Posted 07 June 2015 - 01:20 AM

Admittedly I have an extremely heavy Scala lean on Big Data, but I can translate to Python easily enough. We'll see about getting some Spark challenges going here in the next few weeks for fun.

Just managed to convince $WORK to send me to official Spark training as well so we'll see how that goes over.
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