During our editorial call today, I opened up the view of our YouTube channel analytics to the beginning of the year. When looked at from that particular lense, it was particularly interesting to see that our top four guests were Mike Olsen, Ryan Dahl, Tim O’Reilly and a tie for fourth with Joe Tucci and Pat Gelsinger.
Big Data is truly big, which is why it cracks me up when I see some of our competitors in the media landscape continue to put the term in quotes in headlines and long form posts, as if to somehow put airquotes around this “newfangled terminology.”
If you have any interest in cloud or storage, you need to watch all these videos (and as a sidenote, watch how nicely Joe Tucci wraps up every detail we covered in the first three in his video).
If you miss this trend, you’re asleep.
Mike Olsen at the inagural Hadoop Summit, giving the world “Hadoop 101.”
Ryan Dahl at Node Summit 2012 on the creation of NodeJS
Tim O’Reilly at Strata Conference 2012 on the global penetration of Big Data.
Joe Tucci and Pat Gelsinger at EMC 2012, on the history of storage and computing and the advent of Big Data.