My favourite next topic will be a short excursion to MongoDB. MongoDB (from „humongous“) is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented database. It has no SQL, JSON-style documents and is fast as hell! 👿
These MongoDB Quick Reference Cards can be very helpfull:
This Friday, the 15th of April (2011-04-15), I will be happy to see your presentations.
Leets meet at 10 o’clock AM in the foyer; too search for a suitable room!
I like presentations that are well prepared and where all team members are presenting. There is no fixed format ore time box!
It’s up to you how you want to convince me that you’ve created an amazing project. But please keep in mind that too long or too boring presentations won’t be very convincing! 😉
In this series of lectures (05. + 06. + 07.) we will concentrate on applied data mining.
- Lesson 05. – 01.04.2011
- Lesson 06. – 08.04.20111
- Lesson 07. – 15.04.2011
The current agenda
- Applications of Data Mining
- Data Mining Algorithms
- Repetition – Datatypes, Contentypes
- Data Mining Algorithms – Decision Trees
- Data Mining Algorithms – Clustering
I will probably change the agenda and slides during the days. Please make sure that you have the latest version.