Apache Spark with Python 101 - Become Confident and Productive Premium class

Todd McGrath, Engineer, Architect, Mentor

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15 Videos (1h 5m)
    • Introduction, Course Benefits and Expectations

      1:29
    • Let's run some code!

      8:57
    • Spark Core Fundamentals - What you need to know

      5:34
    • Setting Up Your Environment

      0:18
    • Install Spark

      4:07
    • Install Python

      2:26
    • Setup Checkpoint

      1:34
    • Sample Data

      1:45
    • Introduction

      2:34
    • A Quick Note About the Following Examples

      0:41
    • Spark Transformations Part 1

      13:16
    • Spark Transformations Part 2

      5:18
    • Spark Transformations Part 3

      6:31
    • Spark Actions

      9:12
    • Next Steps

      1:34

About This Class

This course prepares you for using Apache Spark with Python in the real-world.  This might include job interviews, conversations with your boss or co-workers or helps you determine if Spark could be a viable solution for your use cases.

You will become productive and more confident with Apache Spark after taking this course.

This course uses Python which is a fun, dynamic programming language perfect for both beginners and industry veterans.

At the end of this course, you will have a foundation to accelerate your career and growth in the exciting world of Apache Spark.

Learn Apache Spark with Python through examples and then test your new skills with a fun class project. 

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Todd McGrath

Engineer, Architect, Mentor

A proven track record in software development leadership and constructing software solutions for some of the world's largest brands and Silicon Valley startups.

I teach my courses using the same skills I use every day running my teams or consulting projects.

Over my 20 year career in software development, database design, data science and reporting/analytics, I've been fortunate to use leading edge tech.  

Many times, I've needed to come up to speed quickly with new technologies and mentor other people on my team. I've learned some tricks and productivity hacks over of the years.