The following college students had been named to the school’s dean’s listing for the spring 2019 semester: Shiraz Johnson and George Kaslow of Port Washington. To make the dean’s listing, students should have a grade factor average of 3.75 or higher.
The following student-athletes had been named to the Hofstra Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll, spotting the awesome work of Pride student-athletes inside the study room: Jack Nuttall and Matthew Vowinkel of New Hyde Park and Paul Markovina of Old Westbury. The list honors undergraduate pupil-athletes who have efficiently finished a minimum of 12 credits with a minimum grade point common of 3.3 for the spring 2019 semester.
Sean Donovan of Glen Cove has been named to the faculty’s dean’s listing for the spring 2019 semester. Undergraduate students wearing at the least 12 credits whilst attaining at the least a 3. Five grade-point averages all through the semester earn dean’s listing honors. Muqdad Altaee of Hicksville has been named to the faculty’s honor roll for the spring 2019 semester. Part-time undergraduate college students wearing as a minimum six credit at the same time as attaining at the least a 3.5 grade-point average in the course of the semester earns honor roll honors.
New York Institute of Technology
The following college students have graduated from the college following the spring 2019 semester: Sandeep Basandrai, Jinal Patel, Celina Zapiti and Malwina Zaslonka of Mineola; Brianna Capobianco and Jobin Mathew of Williston Park; Nicole Simoes of Carle Place; Jatin Jain, Ajlan Oakman, Jessica Sakeni, and Martin Sundell of Old Westbury; Najma Khan, Linda Matthews and Talia Schwartz of Roslyn Heights; Neila Collins and Kyriaki Katrakazos of Manhasset; Steven Merges of Port Washington; Xinling Deng, Taylor Ferreira, Satish Kumar, Seth Levine, William Miecuna and Ryan Rahman of Great Neck; and Swapnil Barot, Carpal Bhasker Dhyani, Alexander Duong, Sheeba George, Shaheryar Gill, Arman Haque, Gayane Jamgotchian, Jeffrey John, Ashli Pacheco, Navleet Parmar, Karl Pillion, Jashanpreet Rath, Lydia Thomas, Sam Thomas and Lian Zu Zhang of New Hyde Park.
Rochester Institute of Technology
The following students have earned ranges from the school following the spring 2019 semester: Samuel Kang of Port Washington; Spencer Beck and Sean Kim of Great Neck; Julia Epprecht of Roslyn Heights; and Christine Casazza and Martin Weissman of Manhasset.
Annmarie Papile of Garden City Park has been named to the faculty’s dean’s listing for the spring 2019 semester. The dean’s listing is the popularity of educational fulfillment for students who earn at the least a three.5 grade-factor common for the semester.
Washington University in St. Louis
If there is one IT buzzword that gets everyone excited right now, then it’s “Big Data.” The following college students were named to the faculty’s dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester: Audrey Chan, Lauren Farkas and Bryan Lee of Great Neck and Sabrina Sayed and Lauren Seidman of Manhasset. To qualify for the college’s dean’s list, college students must achieve a grade-point average of three., 6, or higher and entire as a minimum of 14 graded devices.
The idea behind Big Data is that with the right set of tools, companies can finally take a look at all of the data that they collect from multiple streams and pull it together to answer important business questions. Finally, the importance of information technology can be realized in everyone’s company. To perform Big Data operations, you need the right type of database. Hadoop is an open-source database for dealing with big data that CIOs are getting excited over. However, should they be?
What Can You Use Hadoop To Do?
Hopefully, you like everyone else with the CIO job; look at any new IT buzzword with a bit of disdain. What, something new that promises to solve all of my problems? Well, in this case, Hadoop is probably something that you should at least be taking a closer look at. Every IT department is currently drowning in too much information that is flowing in through the front door. Hadoop is an open-source database that offers the promise of allowing you to get on top of this flood of data and to be able to make sense out of it.