Author Archives: Michael Manoochehri
Once again, “Data Just Right” is the InformIT eBook deal of the day. That means it is only $14.99 – over 50% the normal price. Click here to check out the deal!
This week, it’s all about the practical applications of data technologies. Big (Bad) Data by Andrew Ross Sorkin Great article – just because one thinks they see a trend from a large amount of data, it doesn’t mean there’s automatically a correct, or even a compelling narrative. Sorkin writes: “A study by the Pew Research […]
Writing a Multistep MapReduce Job Using the mrjob Python Library: From the “Data Just Right” LiveLessons
The D3.js library is excellent, expressive, and sometime daunting way to create interactive data visualizations for the web. I give a brief introduction to D3.js in “Data Just Right,” but for a very in-depth look, check out the latest book in the The Addison-Wesley Data and Analytics Series, “Visual Storytelling with D3: An Introduction to […]
Ok, the Data Just Right blogging team has been a bit busy, and these posts are all a bit old. But… I am guessing that you are just now coming out of the daze that was the start of 2014. In any case, welcome to the first edition of “Righteous Data” – where we at […]
The informIT.com has just posted some clips from the Data Just Right LiveLessons series – a collection of video training sessions that provide practical examples, discussion, and screencasts using the technologies featured in the Data Just Right book! You can watch the following clips right now online: Loading data into Hive Writing a multistep MapReduce […]
Hello everyone, I’d like to welcome you to the Data Just Right blog. This blog, along with the rest of the DataJustRight.com website, complements the book Data Just Right: Introduction to Large-Scale Data & Analytics. The site will feature regular posts about how to create practical solutions to complex data challenges. Don’t forget to join […]