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Monday, May 9 • 10:40am - 11:30am
Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Big Data Programmer - Rekha Joshi, Intuit Inc

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With examples of Big data application use cases, this talk will delve into the Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Big Data Programmer
1. Not just linearly: Sometimes doing more of the same helps, while other times what is required is to break the mould
2. Explore: Whenever you are stuck, explore
3. Design and Redesign: Do it in at least 3 different ways;debate
4.Newton SAW the apple: Really observe what happens.Check the metrics, performance, security. Monitor everything! Every technology has a strong card and an achilles heel.Deliberate on fitting!
5.Evaluate and Reevaluate: Technology will change, so will your customer needs
6.Get Your Mathematics KungFu on:To be savvy on napkin mathematics/modeling can get the scare out of big numbers
7.Networking is the King: In distributed computing, its distribution that’s critical.Often the tilt is one who can understand networking better

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Rekha Joshi

Principal Software Engineer, Intuit
Rekha Joshi is a Principal Software Engineer at Intuit, and is getting amazing work done in finance on Big data ecosystem.Previously at Yahoo!, worked on Apache Hadoop since initial versions.She has worked in diverse domains of advertising, supply chain and research.She is an open source contributor and a speaker at few conferences.Her refueling stops include reading Issac Asimov, Richard Feynman, PG Wodehouse and stalking Elon Musk.



Monday May 9, 2016 10:40am - 11:30am
Georgia A