Data Manipulation at Scale
Systems and Algorithms

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Taught by
Bill Howe
Director of Research
and 7 more instructors

Offered by
University of Washington

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I wanted to get the community's opinion on how current the coursera program is. Would it help to complete it now given most of the videos seem from 2013/14 era? I am not at familiar with manipulating big data, so this seems like a good place to start. This is purely an effort to understand available methods to work with extremely large datasets and purely out of personal interest. However, I would like to learn the latest technologies or atleast something that will setup strong foundations.