Inductive Bias

FSFE Meetup Berlin

March 7, 2009
Free Software, Event, General

FSFE Meetup Berlin # Title: FSFE Meetup Berlin Location: newthinking store Start Time: 19:00 Date: 2009-03-12 The FSFE Berlin group is going to meet next Thursday. Topics to discuss at the next Get Together are Document Freedom Day activities. This year is the year of elections in Germany. How do we get the topic of Free Software into the discussion? Feel free to visit the wiki, drop by and take part in the discussions. ...

Scrum discussions in Berlin

March 7, 2009
Scrum, Blogroll

Scrum discussions in Berlin # As software development cycles become ever shorter more and more companies adopt agile development methods. In many cases companies have switched to using Scrum or are still transitioning from less flexible approaches. Since last summer Marion Eickmann is organising a Scrum Roundtable in Berlin. The goal is to discuss advantages and problems when introducing and practicing Scrum. But discussions on Scrum itself are also welcome. ...

March 2009 Hadoop Get Together Berlin

March 7, 2009
Hadoop, Get Together, Software Foundation

March 2009 Hadoop Get Together Berlin # Since last summer, newthinking store Berlin is hosting a Hadoop Meetup every quarter of the year. The scope of these user group meetings is not only on Hadoop projects but deals with technologies necessary with storing, processing and searching large amounts of data. The meeting last Thursday featured a talk by Lars George on his experiences using HBase in customer projects as early as in 2007. ...


March 4, 2009
About, Blogroll, Uncategorized

About # This is the blog of Isabel. I am committer at Apache Mahout. In my free time I am working on Apache Mahout, organising the Apache Hadoop Get Together in Berlin and speaking at various conferences explaining the ins and outs of Hadoop in general and Mahout in particular. Disclaimer: I am writing this blog with my “Apache hat” on my head. The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer’s view in any way. ...