Root Level Technology Hosts Big Data Career Workshop February 9
In case you haven’t been paying attention the past few years, Big Data has become a Big Deal.
Of all the software development jobs in Houston, Texas right now, 25% revolves around Big Data.
In fact, the numbers nationwide surrounding Big Data jobs are pretty huge in their own right. There are around 440,000 jobs for Big Data experts in the US right now with only 300,000 qualified candidates out there to fill them. The average salary for these positions is in the six figures.
Whether you’re looking to shift gears into the Big Data field, your company is looking for solutions to its own Big Data questions, or you simply want to learn more about this explosive area of digital technology, we’ve got just the ticket.
On Friday, February 9, 2018, Root Level Technology is teaming up with Elephant Scale for a Big Data Career Workshop.
The event runs from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Data Foundry, Houston 2 location. The address is 660 Greens Parkway Houston, Texas 77067.
If you can’t make the date in person, we’ve still got you covered: Remote participation will be offered for the workshop, just sign up here.
This won’t be your average Powerpoint driven boring lecture, either. We’ll cover practical matters like what the hottest technologies in the Big Data market are right now, with technical know-how and product demos available on-site. If you’re looking to take that big step into the job market, we’ll offer practical advice about how to make that transition smoothly and find that critical first position of your new career.
If your company is seeking to get a handle on Big Data or any other topic that is slowing down your potential, Root Level Technology team members will be on hand to talk about topics ranging from cloud strategy, DevOps, Data Center and other managed services.
Root Level Technology Director of Engineering, Eric Fouarge, will be live at the event to deliver the keynote address, expounding on the importance of DevOps and how it’s leading the charge to reinvent traditional operations. You can visit Eric’s Linkedin by clicking his name above, and you can follow Eric on Twitter here. He is a wealth of information!
This is not just a workshop, but a chance to connect, network and socialize with key players in the local Big Data environment. Recruiters seeking to find talented individuals are more than welcome to attend.