Moving from DB2 to Hadoop
gaya123 1 year ago
Hi I have been a mainframe DB2 developer and technical Lead over a few years now and have been working on Retail applications.This kindled my interest in BigData and hence Hadoop.Now I'm contemplating a move into Hadoop,even though I have no exposure to java or oops.Could anyone provide me guidance on this stand of mine and validate if it would be a good move.IF yes,then please do suggest how I should go about preparing for Hadoop to be job ready.
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