DeZyre Reviews: Hadoop Training Online Class of Apr 26 2015

DeZyre Reviews: Hadoop Training Online Class of Apr 26 2015

The Hadoop Online Training course at DeZyre is conducted through live interactive online sessions where the industry expert explains all the concepts in Hadoop – HDFS, MapReduce, Hive, Pig, Oozie, Zookeeper in detail.

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Reviews from DeZyre Online Hadoop Training Class of April 26 2015

Let’s understand what happened at DeZyre’s online session on Hadoop Training class of Apr 26, 2015, and see what the students had to say about it

“Today I learn more; I feel much better on listening. Thanks!”

-Zheng Chen, Software Developer“

Excellent explanation of the core components and the processes. Very good session.  Much better question control during this session.  In a classroom people can gauge the appropriateness of a question, but with everyone on-line, it is easy to ask a question without realizing it is slowing down the class.  great that the instructor pooled the tangent questions to the end.  It is more important to get through the material so we do not have to rush through at the end. Very Good session... Great hands on experience. The instructor provided the commands and did not spend much time on whys...”

-Darryl Reever, Senior Software Developer

“Pace is good, coverage is good, explanations are excellent, depth of detail is good.”

-Thomas K Brown, Senior Software Developer

DeZyre Reviews: Hadoop Training Online Class of Apr 26 2015

“The instructor is very knowledgeable and very accommodative of all crowds. I would prefer to have both the theory as well as practical hand in hand, even though there are people in the class who wants to have less practical and brush through the concepts fast.”

-James Samuel, Software Developer

“I thought the class is going at a very good pace without losing the content of the subject”

-Srinivasa Rao Bongarala, Database Professional

“I Really really enjoyed this class. Sandeep knew what he was talking about.”

-Jaspreet Gill, Senior Software Engineer

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