Campus Campaign Feedback – All Hands London

After attending some sessions on campus campaign i collected feedback about it. Feedback on what did not went well and ho we can improve it. Also how can we imporve it for the next phase.

What went wrong:

  • FAQ not published.
  • College exams and vacation collision.
  • Expectation from university – Job, Intern.
  • We were not able to localize the theme so people were confused.
  • Some limitation this time – timing, period, content.
  • Confusion on what to use.
  • In country with slow internet we cannot directly jump to Privacy and security.

How can we improve it:

  • More videos for campaign.
  • Simplify the basics of Internet based on region.
  • Duration of campaign need to localized based on the region.
  • Not only university but also school, start-ups and organizations.
  • Engaging non- IT students.
  • Give more flexibility – Period, target audience etc.
  • Take feedback from local coach.
  • Campaign Period can be longer.
  • Focus on 1st year students.
  • System will be different with different country.
  • Program can look different but with same goal.
  • Cultural illusions can help.
  • It’s about community building to create public force to support Mozilla Mission.
  • Building community that can impact the mission.
  • Direction should have some choice.
  • Clear instruction or give some choice to people.
  • Differentiate between students who are totally new and who are expert.
  • Create Interest in MLN.
  • Mozilla On campus – FSA, campus campaign, Mozilla Clubs.
  • Make a cohesive structure to fill up the holes.
  • Review how to get things together.
  • We are not talking about marketing.
  • Balance between velocity, variety and others.
  • It’s important to localize, but it will be great if we can say that we all did the same thing.
  • Should be open to differentiating.
  • Continue with existing program to enhance and make it productive.
  • Explain to contributors why these activities were important.
  • FAQ on privacy and security.
  • Own backup of important things like MLN.
  • Use existing information about privacy and security in Mozilla by MLN.

Special Team and Coach related feedback:

  • Be in touch everyday.
  • A team need a minimum FSA.
  • Coaches need to be friendly.
  • Meet them if possible.
  • Local coach should be member of team not only leader.
  • Follow up with teams.

These points are collected from various participants who were part of campus campaign and present during the meeting in all hands – london.

Kindly provide your feedback so that i can add more points to this blog!

How to Put CyanogenMod on Your Foxfooding Device

About Foxfooding:

“We originally envisioned the foxfooding program as a way for Mozillians to use, test and provide specific feedback that would improve a product that users were already relying on as their primary device. We’re well aware that this context is really different with Connected Devices — it will be some time before users have a Mozilla product, other than a SmartTV, in their hands or homes.

While the specifics are still to be figured out, we anticipate that the program will evolve to ask for help from Mozillians in shaping early stage products. This might include testing or getting feedback on individual features and pre-alpha products, or potentially doing user research.

If you have ideas on what this program could look like or how you would want to contribute, please get in touch.  Take a look on the wiki here for opportunities to get involved, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with your ideas and questions.” [Read More on Discourse ]

If you are planning to test fennec (Firefox for Android)  on your Sony Z3C device then you can follow the below steps to install  CyanogenMod (Android 5.1): 

Step-1 : Download the zip file(Flash Sony Xperia z3

Step-2 : Extract the zip file and check whether its containing these three files( + + twrp-

Step-3 : Connect your device with pc/laptop and start the device in boot mode (power + volume up). If its showing blue light then you are in if not then restart and do it again.

Step-4 : Open terminal -> mount the folder which you have extracted -> type -> fastboot flash boot twrp-

Step-5 : type -> fastboot reboot

Step-6 : After Team Win Recovery starts -> Wipe cache/dalvik -> then take backup (Most Important).

Step-7 : Copy the folder with all files in it to a sd card and insert it in your mobile’s sd slot.

Step-8 : Go to Install -> Select “cm-12 zip” file -> Add more zip file -> select “tk_gapps zip” file -> swipe to confirm flash.

Step-9 : After the installation is completed reboot your device.

Step-10: Enjoy you have successfully installed the Cyanogenmod Android 5.1 on your xperia z3 compact.

If you face any issue while doing it please don’t contact me 😛 try doing your self. 🙂 Jokes apart, you know where to find me!


  • This blog is just to help people who wants to improving Firefox for Android.
  • If you get your device bricked while flashing by the above process then you will be the responsible person not me 😀
  •  Installing “tk_gapps zip file” is optional as it contains all google specific apps with app store. So if you don’t want to install it then you can skip it.
  • Do file bugs and participate in QA to help improving Firefox for Android.
  • Check Connected Devices participation page to get involved.

Do share your experience! Keep Contributing!

Mozilla All Hands – Mozlando 2015 Part-1


“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’! ”

A great year with achievements and learning. Starting from small and making it big! I participated in many activities this year but one of the most important was Mozilla All Hands 2015.

Multiple work weeks, happening in the same city, at the same time + some opportunity to get together as one big group as well as with other teams as it makes sense. Then, on the last day, we have a fun social event for all, Mozilla-style!

Tuesday, December 8:

9:00am-12:00pm   Mozlando Opening Plenary Session

A great keynote session where we came to know about Firefox Os becoming complete Os for Internet of things. Like for TV, Smart watch, Smart Home, etc

No more mobile devices through vendors! We will focus on open Os to make it more aligned with the booming Internet technology and the requirement for an open Os.


Advantage: An Os on which people can believe and have trust on. It will support all IOT devices in near future as people are moving from browsers to IOT.

Disadvantage: We still need to do lot of work to make it more user friendly and a perfect Os for great user experience. Marketplace still needs more usable apps.
11:30am-12:00pm    All Hands Mozlando Photo



1:30pm-3:00pm    FxOS All Hands Meeting

The future of Firefox Os is connected device! Moving from a mobile device to making a Os for all connected device is the latest mission we are working on. This was we are no more dependent of vendors for quite a while and will be looking on a global use of Firefox Os.



  • It was never just a product and now with the motive of connected devices it proves it.
  • FxOs for connected devices will open more paths for Contributors to contribute.
  • It will go parallel with other organization who are taking over the Internet to save it.
  • Foxfooding will still continue.


  • Discomfort among contributors who have been contributing on specific FxOs needs.
  • Too many initiative with connected devices will impact quality.


3:30pm-4:30pm    L10n community hackathons: 2015 post-mortem,2016 strategy

Last year we had hackathons all around the world with the help of l10n drivers. As a result of which there was a great increase in the overall contribution and activities from the l10n contributors.

Every region were taken care separately for having great impact. For example there was a separate hackathon organized for Indian and Nepal.

For the next year we are planning to organize the same series of events with the help of L10n drivers and Reps program so that we can have a greater impact.



  • A reunion of all regional localizers and chance for interacting directly with l10n drivers.
  • A great time to cover all your pending work.
  • A chance for new localizers to learn more from your fellow localizers.


  • Lack of proper training for the existing localizers and the new localizers.
  • Agendas not that strong enough to motivate localizers to contribute consistently.
  • Decision of choosing place and time can be improved.


  • A well structured format for training for both old and new localizers.
  • Make the agendas by discussion with contributors who are coming to hackathon.
  • A stable place can be more helpful than experimental place.


5:00pm-6:00pm   How to execute a l10n hackathon

A great session on how to organize a l10n hackathon. Every time l10n drivers cannot be around so we need to learn how to organize community driven hackathon. Proper agendas can motivate contributors to work more and bring more contributors in.

Some key points to execute a l10n hackathon:

  • Strong agendas as per requirement.
  • A contributor friendly venue and timing!
  • Agendas for small training for old and new contributors.
  • Sharing latest strategical information as per Mozilla’s goal.

This year hackathon series was more of experiment and feedback and will improve more next year to keep it more stable. Each month there will be a hackathon in grouped regions!



Wednesday, December 9:

1:15pm-2:15pm     Participation with Chris Beard

A great discussion with Chris about the future of Participation in Mozilla. Many important questions came out on how we can enhance the contribution areas with the help of participation. How we can encourage volunteers to make a greater impact in the community. What is the future of Firefox Os in Mozilla and how we can adapt the new ideas and initiative of connected devices. Firefox Os is not dead but rather a new birth of Firefox Os to do much bigger things for the Web.


  • A proper format for volunteers to contribute.
  • A path to become the future leaders.
  • Become the bond between the Corporation and volunteers.
  • Build a better and sustainable community with the help of participation.


3:30pm-4:30pm    Removing some of the training burden

“Many l10n teams struggle to train newcomers and instead opt to not recruit and instead take on more work than they can handle.”

A great discussion with l10n drivers and volunteers on what can l10n-drivers do to help mitigate some of the training burden?

A proper format of training for both old and new localizers was one of the ideas which came out. Some manual work and some automation can help to build that was suggested. Creation of template like video tutorials / document with screen-shots could help to power this plan.


  • With proper training format the burden will be reduced for the existing localizers and l10n drivers which will result in sharing of labour within the community.
  • More people will be trained and more contributor will join community.
  • A friendly environment for contributors and l10n drivers.
  • A single format of training for all the locales.


This was just about the first two days! If you find it interesting then please comment so that i can go ahead and write about the next two days activities!


We also visited places like Universal Studio, Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios. Some glimpse of it is here:



Enjoy and have fun!!

Cheers 🙂


Note: The above information are my personal experience and hence should not be reflected as any official news!

Mozilla Festival 2015 – Lets start again!

Mozilla Festival 2015 – Lets start again! This was the second year for me at MozFest. If you want to know how i felt on the first year of MozFest then checkout my blog [Here].


This is how i felt last year!!

From last year to this year there has been lots of changes within Me, Mozilla but the Mission was always the same!

This year Mozfest was more focused because of the newly introduced Pathways [ Check Out ] .

Each Pathway has been tailored for participants to learn a particular set of skills. Participants are encouraged to make use of the recommended Pathways or design their own unique MozFest experience.


This is my MozFest2015….!!!

At MozFest I had conversation with lots of people and each conversation resulted in some valuable discussion which will support the Mozilla Mission. Whether its related to Localization, Privacy, Firefox Student Ambassador, Participation, Reps, Web literacy etc each had their goal and a need of volunteer to successfully achieve it!

Each conversation resulted in a way we can enhance our skill, our community and our goal along with Mozilla goals.

For Example: When i talked about Localization then i realized that “Localization is not enough we have to promote it as well so that it reaches the end user”. We were already working on “Grow Firefox download in Indian Languages-Pilot campaign” [Check here].

I also loved the bridge making session were we were supposed to make the longest possible paper bridge with half of the team blind folded. This is were trust comes. Why should we believe in our fellow community members?. Because if you keep on doing what your fellow community members tells you than the end result will be great just like the long bridge we made! Trust me our bridge was the longest 😀


What i found in different projects in Mozilla that can be improved is a bridge between all of them. Creating too many projects its great but if we don’t have a proper bridge/connection between then then it gets difficult for contributor to identify how can i follow the connection!

Now for my fellow Mozillians who were not able to attend Mozilla MozFest2015. Here is what it looks likes:

Screenshot from 2015-11-28 20:52:22 Screenshot from 2015-11-28 20:51:33 Screenshot from 2015-11-28 20:49:33

You can check out more blogs and pics here:



Thanks for ready my blog!!

Keep contributing!! 🙂

Grow Firefox download in Indian Languages – Pilot campaign

To spread Localized Firefox in India, Mozilla Hindi Localization community is planning for a coordinated pan-India campaign. The campaign would run from 2nd October to 1st November.

Why 2nd October: 2nd October is birthday of our Father our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi  and we celebrate this day as Gandhi Jayanti.
“Gandhi led nationwide campaigns for easing poverty, expanding women’s rights, building religious and ethnic amity, ending untouchability, but above all for achieving Swaraj or self-rule.”

To show users that Firefox is available in their language we are creating a campaign that helps fans of Firefox invite the people in their networks to download Firefox. We are creating unique, shareable pieces of content that are humorous, insightful and topical to get the conversation and activities started.


What are we saying?

Firefox is a non-profit browser that was created by thousands of volunteers who believe the Internet should be free and open to everyone. Firefox is built for people, not for profit. We don’t believe in tracking and selling people’s data. Firefox believes in creating a safe, open and customizable way to experience the web. Our dedication to privacy is the reason we were voted the most trustworthy Internet company.

Why are we asking you?

You are a passionate member of the Mozilla community. You tell people all the time about how amazing Firefox is and you probably have some super creative thoughts on how other people could tell their families and friends to download Localized Firefox too.

Get Involved!

There are several ways to get involved:

  • Host an event!
    • Help host an event in your city! A number of events will be hosted between 2nd October to 1st November in support of Grow Firefox download  in Indian Languages-Pilot  Campaign. We will work together to provide talking points, speakers and guidance on how to create localized content to be used in your channels.
        • Promote your event by:
          • Telling and inviting friends!
          • Create an original invitation for that group (Flyers! or a creative meme)
          • Writing about it on Facebook & Twitter.
          • Posting updates, creating events or sending invites via Facebook and social networks.
          • Share it with us!
  • Need to find a location? Here are some ideas:
    • Rec rooms at schools, universities or community centers
    • Restaurants, cafes, bars or LAN houses
    • Your company or your home
    • Local parks and picnic area
  • Firefox for Desktop in Hindi     :
  • Firefox for Desktop in Marathi :

Let’s get everyone from Mozillians to internet users sharing the campaign. You will be an important voice in making sure we’re heard. Share the Firefox Love!Help spread the word about our latest news, events, announcements and more, using your Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts. The more you share, the more opportunity you have for being recognized and rewarded. Plus, you’ll be in the know for all the latest Firefox news and announcements.

Who Can Sign Up?

This campaign is open to Mozillians, Firefox Student Ambassadors, Mozilla Reps & Anyone interested.

We’ll be supporting several community led events across India by helping with content, talking points, speakers, swags & more. Selected ideas/ events will be guided/supported by the Mozilla Hindi and Marathi Localization team.

Signup Now!

Mozilla Hindi Community Meet-up 2015

Writing a blog is a hard job when we have lot to write in limited words!

This blog is specifically about Mozilla Hindi Community Meet-up 2015 which is our annual Hindi Community meet-up in India.  It was organized in Sarai-CSDS(The Centre for the Study of Developing Societies) Delhi from 5th Sep-6th Sep.


We covered a lot in two days of time which can be found here. But the most important things that we covered were :

1) A new look our l10n team wiki page.

2) Localized Hindi Team wiki page.

3) Newbie Training and Recognition Process.
4) Language Promotion events in India (For increasing Download).

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Soon we will be hosting a download campaign in India to increase the awareness among people about the availability of Firefox in Indian languages!
Some glimpse of our event:
Some other blogs:
Some social media news:
Thank You Everyone!

Hive House

Challenge: To lower the funding for Hive Start-up Events

Proposed Solution: Hive House

We can use this model to run low budget Hive events around the world.


Hive House is a model that can be used to organize any learning event. The model introduces different ways to reduce cost for HIVE EVENTS.
It Can run from any place or space.
No need for paid venue.
Number of participants can range from one to many.


Place: House, School, College, Park(Something which is free).
Activities: Low cost/free digital or analog things to support the event.
Time: Time can range, but should be suitable to you and the participants.
Optional: Internet, Food, Swag.

Staying Connected

Sharing Experience


Offline web teaching
Electronics- I.O.T.
Using Scraps to make.

Organizing Hive House at Kgp was a great start to run low cost hive events. It encouraged many people to come up with great ideas to run these types of event.

In Mozilla Festival we discussed with Hive Learning network team on how we can lower budget and still do a great and productive event!

Fennec Launch – Hindi India

Have you used Firefox for Android in Hindi if not then please do use it because it has been localized by awesome hi_IN l10n contributors. Recently after successful localization of Firefox for Android in different languages we decided to officially launch it.

So it was organized in Pune with the support of C-DAC. For this event we invited many people from different areas so that we can know the impact of localization on our community and about the quality of the localized products. We had a great discussion with many experienced people.

Well I think pictures can better explain about the event than words. So here we go..!

Event Page : Click Here

Event Pics: Click Here

Mozilla Festival 2014

Hey everyone, I am back with my blog post. Don’t worry it wont be that long to read.

So this time it was something special. It was time for Mozilla Festival 2014. Getting selected for this big and awesome event is its self an honour but going to the event in real was really awesome.

The Mozilla Festival is a yearly celebration that brings together hundreds of passionate people to explore the frontiers of the open web. We mash developers, designers, and big thinkers together to make things that can change the world.

This was my first international trip, So was very excited and bit nervous about how will I manage things because it was time to go London 🙂 Getting in London was really exciting after having a 20 min Q/A round with the Immigration Officer.

So lets check out each day activities:

One the first day we went to Mozilla Office which was really a cool place to work. But nervousness was always accompanying me because I take time to talk and there were so many awesome people to talk to. Still I managed to talk to few of them 🙂

Special thanks to Christos Bacharakisfor helping me to get some Vej food on the first day. 🙂

So now it was time to get ready for the real MozFest14. On the second day when I went to the venue ” Ravensbourne ” and saw  so many people i started thinking “man where i stand!!” then on the next moment I realized that “yes i stand somewhere that’s why i am here”.

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This time I participated in Hive Learning Network and worked with them for two days. My main area of interest was to reduce the overall budget requirement for Hive events. For that Julia and My self sat for discussion and we really got good results.

I had great time to help with a booth at Maker party where we asked participants to make cool stuffs with paper and colour.

Links to my makes and work at the event:

  • Model to run low budget Hive events around the world Click Here
  • Hive House Popcorn Make Click Here

This event was huge so summarizing this event within this blog post is not possible. But still here are some of the links to know more about this event:

You can get better idea of this event by exploring these pics:

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Time for lungi dance!!

Thank You

Cheers 😀

KickStart to Big Data!

Hello friends,

After writing lots of blogs on events and meet-up, now its time for some change. So, this time I am writing a blog on a very Big topic i.e. Big Data.

After learning about ‘Big Data’ and its concepts I personally think the name should have been ‘Vig Data’ because there are lots of V’s involved here. (That was a joke 🙂 )

So before you go through this long time killing blog, Just want to tell you that the purpose of writing this blog is to give you an initial knowledge about Big Data in a summarized way.

Word Cloud "Big Data"

Definitions of Big Data:

  • Big data is the term for a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications.
  • Big data is a popular term used to describe the exponential growth and availability of data, both structured and unstructured.
  • Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data is big data.
  • The term big data, especially when used by vendors, may refer to the technology (which includes tools and processes) that an organization requires to handle the large amounts of data and storage facilities.
  • Big Data usually includes data sets with sizes beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, curate, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time.
  • Big data is high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making.

The Origin of Big Data :

  • Big Data Originated as the three Vs: Volume, Velocity, and Variety.
  • This is the most venerable and well-known definition, first coined by Doug Laney of Gartner over twelve years ago.
  • Since then, many others have tried to take it to eleven with additional Vs including Validity, Veracity, Value, and Visibility etc.

Why Big Data?:

You’ll Manage Data Better:

  • Many of today’s big data and business intelligence tools let users sit in the driver’s seat and work with data without going through too many complicated technical steps.

  • This added layer of abstraction has enabled numerous use cases where data in a wide variety of formats has been successfully mined for specific purposes.

  • One example is real-time video processing.

End Users Can Visualize Data:

  • A big data initiative is going to require next-level data visualization tools, which present Big data in easy-to-read charts, graphs and slide-shows.

  • In the vast quantities of data being examined, these applications will be able to offer processing engines that let end users query and manipulate information quickly.

New Business Opportunities:

  • As big data analytics tools continue to mature, more users are realizing the competitive advantage to being a data-driven enterprise.

  • Social media sites have identified opportunities to generate revenue from the data they collect by selling ads based on an individual user’s interests. This lets companies target specific sets of individuals that fit an ideal client or prospect profile.

  • Big data use cases in about in retail, where the focus is on gaining insights by studying consumer behaviour in online stores or physical shopping centres.

Your Data Analysis Methods, Capabilities Will Evolve:

  • Data is no longer simply numbers in a database. Text, audio and video files can also provide valuable insight; the right tools can even recognize specific patterns based on predefined criteria.

  • This happens using natural language processing tools, which can prove vital to text mining, sentiment analysis, clinical language and name entity recognition efforts.

  • One example that highlights the use of audio analysis and big data comes from Matter-sight. This call centre tool can match incoming caller to the appropriate customer agent by using predictive behavioural routing and other analytics technology.

Other Points:

  • Big Data allows ever-narrower segmentation of customers and therefore much more precisely tailored products or services.

  • Sophisticated analytics can substantially improve decision-making, minimize risks, and unearth valuable insights that would otherwise remain hidden.

  • Big Data can unlock significant value by making information transparent.

  • Big Data can be used to develop the next generation of products and services.

So how does it work?

  • It depends on the technology used and what you are trying to achieve through the use of BigData.
  • BigData consists of different types of technologies which work together to achieve the end goal: extracting value from data that would have been previously considered ‘dead’.
  • Here are some of the key technologies / concepts associated with BigData:
    Hadoop, HDFS, NoSQL, MapReduce, MongoDB, Cassandra, PIG, HIVE, HBase.

Hadoop and Big Data:

  • Doug Cutting, Cloudera’s Chief Architect, helped create Apache Hadoop out of necessity as data from the web exploded, and grew far beyond the ability of traditional systems to handle it.
  • Hadoop was initially inspired by papers published by Google outlining its approach to handling an avalanche of data, and has since become the de facto standard for storing, processing and analyzing hundreds of terabytes, and even petabytes of data.
  • Apache Hadoop is 100% open source, and pioneered a fundamentally new way of storing and processing data.
  • Instead of relying on expensive, proprietary hardware and different systems to store and process data, Hadoop enables distributed parallel processing of huge amounts of data.
  • With Hadoop, no data is too big. And in today’s hyper-connected world where more and more data is being created every day, Hadoop’s breakthrough advantages mean that businesses and organizations can now find value in data that was recently considered useless.

Reveal Insight From All Types of Data, From All Types of Systems

  • Hadoop can handle all types of data from disparate systems: structured, unstructured, log files, pictures, audio files, communications records, email– just about anything you can think of, regardless of its native format.

  • You don’t need to know how you intend to query your data before you store it. Hadoop lets you decide later and over time can reveal questions you never even thought to ask.

  • Hadoop lets you see relationships that were hidden before and reveal answers that have always been just out of reach.

Redefine the Economics of Data:

  • Hadoop’s cost advantages over legacy systems redefine the economics of data.

  • Legacy systems, while fine for certain workloads, simply were not engineered with the needs of Big Data in mind and are far too expensive to be used for general purpose with today’s largest data sets.

  • As it relies in an internally redundant data structure and is deployed on industry standard servers rather than expensive specialized data storage systems, you can afford to store data not previously viable.

  • Enterprises who build their Big Data can afford to store literally all the data in their organization, and keep it all online for real-time interactive querying, business intelligence, analysis and visualization.

Restructure Your Thinking:

  • With data growing so rapidly and the rise of unstructured data accounting for 90% of the data today, the time has come for enterprises to re-evaluate their approach to data storage, management and analytics.
  • Legacy systems will remain necessary for specific high-value, low-volume workloads, and compliment the use of Hadoop-optimizing the data management structure in your organization by putting the right Big Data workloads in the right systems.
  • The cost-effectiveness, scalability and streamlined architectures of Hadoop will make the technology more and more attractive.

Apache Hadoop:

Apache Hadoop is an open-source software framework for storage and large-scale processing of data-sets on clusters of commodity hardware. Hadoop is an Apache top-level project being built and used by a global community of contributors and users.It is licensed under the Apache License 2.0.

The Apache Hadoop framework is composed of the following modules:

  • Hadoop Common – contains libraries and utilities needed by other Hadoop modules
  • Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) – a distributed file-system that stores data on commodity machines, providing very high aggregate bandwidth across the cluster.
  • Hadoop YARN – a resource-management platform responsible for managing compute resources in clusters and using them for scheduling of users’ applications.
  • Hadoop MapReduce – a programming model for large scale data processing.

Apache Hadoop’s MapReduce and HDFS components originally derived respectively from Google’s MapReduce and Google File System (GFS) papers.

Hello!! If you are still reading this blog, Just want to thank you for your patience.

If you don’t like reading too much of text then we have something for you too.

In my next blog we will discuss “How to setup up single-node Hadoop cluster backed by the Hadoop Distributed File System, running on Ubuntu Linux. ”

Hope you enjoyed reading my blog.

Have a great time!

Cheers! 🙂


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