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The speakers are Clayton Groom, Maria Stanley, Phil Milner. Highlights about PASS: I don’t think I’m interested in Karaoke, but having a chat with Chris Webb would be cool. Tabular versus Multi-Dimensional: One comment is that if the business is constantly changing requirement, it’s quicker to respond with a tabular model than MD. I’m not sure about ......

The constant struggle between # lines of code versus performance. Every session I’ve heard about why we should use LING, is about how many lines of code we reduced. On the flip side, I always hear from talks of performance why we shouldn’t be using LINQ. This seems to be the same struggle we have in SQL, using MERGE and CTE doesn’t give you performance ......

First, can you tell I’m not a current Twitter user? LOL Just listened to his managing people session, another great one. Heard someone else saying his Big Data session yesterday was good. If I come to conference again, I would definitely seek out his sessions. All in all, I heard a couple of sessions that really made me learn things, so this was worth ......

The answer: lots! There are so many tools, drivers, adapters, connectors, that it’s impossible to list, and impossible to keep up (someone made the comment that MapReduce is going away. Huh? really) So currently, I’m sitting in another one of these sessions to take in another perspective. The speaker (Jonathan Mills) is engaging, so helps fight the ......

This is very interesting.  However, if the output stream is a key/value pair, I wonder how this type of system will compare to the one built on Erlang?   If I have time, Erlang is definitely the next language I want to learn (ok, aside from data languages)



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