Distributed Databases

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Idris: I'd be interested in this. One long lecture and then maybe a suggested curriculum for a class?
 
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Sundee: Def interested!
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Latest revision as of 01:06, 8 February 2011

[edit] Distributed Databases

Taught by Jonathan Moore

Who wants a class on distributed databases. I gave a impromptu to lecture about them a few weeks ago and it went well. People who where not there seemed to want me to do it again. So I have questions, what format do people want? One long lecture ( the last one was like three hours and there was more that could have been covered ) or a few. Do people want just a state of the art lecture or do they want specific reviews of Dynamo, BigTable, GFS, ect.

As for days times I can do any Monday night and every other Friday night and every other Saturday or Sunday.

Pleas give input if this interests you.

Josh Berkus: I'd be interested in this.

Ryan: I'm a committer on hbase and I'd be interested in teaching people about how this stuff works, how implementation works, and all sorts of details

Idris: I'd be interested in this. One long lecture and then maybe a suggested curriculum for a class?

Sundee: Def interested!

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