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A business focused business intelligence developer with suitable development and administration experience. I am seeking opportunities to develop data warehouses and Business Intelligence solutions. I have good client-facing and communication skills and thrive well in a team environment.
Database design, data-extraction, -integration, -manipulation, -analysis, -reporting & -visualization. VBA development in Access, Excel, Outlook & Word. ADOdb to SQL server back-end. Predictive analytics – regression, classification, clustering, & PCA. Highly skilled in SQL server, PowerPivot, R, Regular Expressions, DAX. Mac
A developer who codes for an application that uses massive quantities of data that are too big for a normal system to support. Go Big or Go Home!
What does a big data developer do?
They support the migration of data from a normal-sized system to a Big Data system. Think of them as taking smaller blocks of data from a messy cupboard, to a huge storage unit to make everything more organised and faster.
What should a big data developer know?
The most important skills for a Big Data Developer to have are; Apache Hadoop, NoSQL, Data Mining, NoSQL, Machine Learning, Programming Languages like Scala, Python and Data Visualisation. Always read the full Job Specification to ensure you have the skills and knowledge required.
Big data developer vs data scientist
Big Data Developers work with masses of varied data to enable businesses to have more scope and reach across all areas, whereas Data Scientists extract and use specifics from within Big Data to fine-tune certain areas of information to reach and interest an audience.