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Introducing Scoobi and Scalding: Scala DSLs for Hadoop MapReduce

After posting Impressions About Hive, Pig, Scalding, Scoobi, Scrunch, Spark, I’ve found myself wondering why so many of these libraries are built in Scala and what’s their main purpose. A day later and I’ve found Age Mooij‘s presentation about Scoobi and Scalding which provide an answer to my question. Plus a quick intro to Scoobi1 and Scalding2. Check the slides after the break.


  1. Scoobi: a Scala productivity framework for Hadoop 

  2. Scalding: Scala API for Cascading 

Original title and link: Introducing Scoobi and Scalding: Scala DSLs for Hadoop MapReduce (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)