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to choose hadoop career

 
jone wiilum
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Hi All,
I am java/j2ee developer and i have 5+ experience in both.
I want to learn hadoop ,hbase,pig . and want to work in this technology
Please suggest me , it is good to learn this technology.
what is future for these technology?
what is use of my java knowledge ,in this technology?
is it good career path?

please help me to take right decisions


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Jone
 
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You're hardly going to create a career of out of a single technology.
 
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Hi Bear ,
Thanks for your reply.
but I am confused about Hadoop , what is future for this Technology.
If I am java developer what is use of Hadoop for me ?
where is my java knowledge fit in Hadoop Context ?

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Hadoop is a tool/framework/language. Like JDBC or JPA, it is good to know. You'll need to know many things in your career, so it is always good to learn.
 
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Here is what Hadoop is?


1. Check you local advertisements to see how may companies are l seeking for this technology?
2. Do a bit of a research at http://www.google.com/trends/ to see its trend.
3. Check the industry specific forums like http://www.infoq.com/, http://java.dzone.com/, etc to see what the experts are saying.
4. Finally, now a days, there are so many so called Java developers. So, it really pays to have Java plus something, for example Java/JEE plus SOA or Java/JEE plus BPM, etc.
 
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thanks a lot good information.
 
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also, see if there's a meet up in your area..
this is just a link to NY Meetup. Look for one in your area, join and attend sessions. they are free and generally organized by Companies.. its a good start ..

Hadoop Meetup NY
 
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