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Get your hands dirty and network with your peers at HP Discover Las Vegas

dirtyhands.jpgAs a child one of my favorite things to do was get super messy playing in the dirt. As an adult, it is still one of my favorite things; but now it involves digging within the software development process. 

 

Keep reading to find out how you can dig into HP software at HP Discover. You will also learn how beneficial it is to interact with your peers and bounce ideas off of them.

First Facebook, now Twitter — Hear at Strata how they use HAVEn to solve Big Data questions

Strata logo.pngThe Strata Conference February 11-13 in Santa Clara, California is shaping up to be an incredible event to get a read on the latest innovations in big data. HP has a lot to talk about, including how HAVEn helps analyze 400 million tweets a day and integrates multiple analytics technologies to create an engine that shines light on 100percent  of dark data.

 

Guest post by Sanjay Goil, HAVEn Senior Director of Product Definition and Strategy

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