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To be successful in this program, you should have intermediate Python and SQL skills, as well as experience with ETL.
Learn the fundamentals of stream processing, including how to work with the Apache Kafka ecosystem, data schemas, ApacheAvro, Kafka Connect and REST proxy, KSQL, and Faust Stream Processing.
The goal of this course is to grow your expertise in the components of streaming data systems, and build a real time analytics application. Specifically, you will be able to identify components of Spark Streaming (architecture and API), build a continuous application with Structured Streaming, consume and process data from Apache Kafka with Spark Structured Streaming (including setting up and running a Spark Cluster), create a DataFrame as an aggregation of source DataFrames, sink a composite DataFrame to Kafka, and visually inspect a data sink for accuracy.
Staff Engineer at SpotHero
In his career as an engineer, Ben Goldberg has worked in fields ranging from Computer Vision to Natural Language Processing. At SpotHero, he founded and built out their Data Engineering team, using Airflow as one of the key technologies.
Senior Data Engineer at Netflix
Judit is a Senior Data Engineer at Netflix. Formerly a Data Engineer at Split, where she worked on the statistical engine of their full-stack experimentation platform, she has also been an instructor at Insight Data Science, helping software engineers and academic coders transition to DE roles.
VP of Engineering at Insight
David is VP of Engineering at Insight where he enjoys breaking down difficult concepts and helping others learn data engineering. David has a PhD in Physics from UC Riverside.
Faculty Member, BYU - Idaho
Sean has worked as an Architect or Software Engineer for Columbia Ultimate, Firstsource Global, Intermountain Healthcare, General Motors, The Church of Jesus Christ, Northrup Grumman, Zions Bank, and Ancestry. He currently teaches DevOps and Cybersecurity for Brigham Young University Idaho.
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