Mike's Twitter Nuggets for 2/27/2012

Today I found the following twitter posts and their links useful...

“@angela_hlavka: The rise of Generation C - Is your business prepared? http://t.co/r0UMzAiP#mhtnd

“@maryjofoley: Microsoft's Hadoop roadmap reveals new big data deliverables: http://t.co/Aw2v37Y5 #azure #hadoop #winserver#mhtnd

Microsoft's Hadoop roadmap reveals new big data deliverables
When it comes to big data, Microsoft has more in the works than just Windows Azure and Windows Server versions of the Hadoop big-data framework. The company is working on a number of supplementary tools and technologies that it plans to roll out aggressively in the first half of this year, according to a roadmap shared with me by one of my contacts.
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I am Principal Technologist for SunGard Global Services in NYC, in their Advanced Technologies practice, and I work extensively with SunGard's energy and financial customers.

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