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BIG DATA INGESTION

Evening Bootcamp

BIG DATA TRAINING

About: Big Data Training

In this course, students will learn how to write Python code to ingest data from and communicate with RESTful API’s on the web. RESTful APIs are becoming the standard way of sharing and communicating data among applications and services on the internet. REST stands for Representational State Transfer, and API for Application Programming Interface

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In Class: $2,999
Locations: NEW YORK CITY, D.C, BAY AREA.
Next Session: 15th Jul 2017

Online: $1499
Next Session: 15th Jul 2017

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Instructor: John Doe, Lamar George

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BIG DATA TRAININGAbout: Big Data Training

In this course, students will learn how to write Python code to ingest data from and communicate with RESTful API’s on the web. RESTful APIs are becoming the standard way of sharing and communicating data among applications and services on the internet. REST stands for Representational State Transfer, and API for Application Programming Interface

The Average Salary of Big Data Training Est. $97,000 – $140,000 a year

CURRICULUM

HTTP PROTOCOL, COMMON DATA FORMATS
Lecture1.1 How the internet works (Ports, DNS, Browser/HTTP Client)
Lecture1.2 RPC/Web services vs normal browser usage
Lecture1.3 Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Lecture1.4 JSON & XML
Lecture1.5 VirtualEnv & Github

RESTFUL
Lecture2.1 Resources and elements of REST
Lecture2.2 Richardson Maturity Model
Lecture2.3 Common API features

SCRIPTS TO INGEST DATA
Lecture3.1 Key Python modules (requests.py, JSON, etc.)
Lecture3.2 Using client libraries
Lecture3.3 OAuth and Basic Access Authentication
Lecture3.4 Working code

INGESTION AT SCALE
Lecture4.1 Scaling your ingestion pipeline
Lecture4.2 Data ingestion best practices
Lecture4.3 Storing your data
Lecture4.4 A sample ingestion pipeline

Online: $1499
Next Batch: starts from 7th August 2017

In Class: $2999
Locations: New York City, D.C., Bay Area
Next Batch: starts from 17th July 2017

INSTRUCTORS

John Doe
Learning Scientist & Master Trainer John Doe has been a professional educator for the past 20 years. He’s taught, tutored, and coached over 1000 students, and he holds degrees in Physics and Literature from Northwestern University. He has spent the last 4 years studying how people learn to code and develop applications.
Lamar George
Learning Scientist & Master Trainer He has been a professional educator for the past 20 years. He’s taught, tutored, and coached over 1000 students, and he holds degrees in Physics and Literature from Northwestern University. He has spent the last 4 years studying how people learn to code and develop applications.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Skill level: Intermediate
Language: English
Certificate: No
Assessments: Self
Prerequisites: Basic Python programming

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