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Doug Cutting @cutting California, USA

Founder of Lucene, Nutch, Hadoop & Avro.

142 Following   28,604 Followers   1,494 Tweets

Joined Twitter 7/17/07


@mikeolson How about if we deployed the billionaires with kubernetes in the cloud?
8/14
2020
@yosoysami I marvel at how fast others are at exiting. Maybe some clients make it easier?
7/31
2020
Happy to announce that #ApacheHadoop 3.3.0 is released . https://t.co/XPk6uEEbbR Announcement:… https://t.co/zyabpo2dK1
Retweeted by Doug CuttingFor our new RFA, we’re seeking applications from open source software projects essential to biomedical #science. Th… https://t.co/WOYQOYYWEl
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7/24
2020
@valleyhack When it turns purple or yellow and is maybe a little wrinkled even.
7/21
2020
@p1lonn I love biking cactus trails. It's focussing, like riding cliffside, but with far less serious consequences.… https://t.co/xhft6baGoO
7/20
2020
Data interoperability matters https://t.co/Kvo3xHrJbx https://t.co/sXdwyKie14
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7/14
2020
@kwing @mdweinberg https://t.co/LBxqDTwn98
7/11
2020
Listen to his soundtracks today, every day. https://t.co/IQziFgkNZl
7/6
2020
Open source software is still a pretty daring idea in Energy. If it feels foggy or fearsome, Camus' write-up might… https://t.co/n3QKKQIxe1
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7/3
2020
The Trump administration's early coronavirus response unfolded like a plane crash—so our in-house pilot… https://t.co/M881vrp1YD
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6/29
2020
Great example of how systems designed by vendors are not optimized for users. https://t.co/sTMQYtmF8X
6/11
2020
@mikeolson @patrickangeles @nytimes Lemme guess, do you also only subscribe to the Sunday edition of the printed version?
5/25
2020
SUCH a good read about eels. I had no idea. @brookejarvis on the eel question — “something genuinely mysterious and… https://t.co/RmvoOcoxMw
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5/24
2020
@p1lonn Tempting! I'm more of a dirt road and trail rider these days anyway...
5/23
2020
Open source is not a numbers game. It's about sharing and collaborating; on your own terms.
Retweeted by Doug Cutting @p1lonn Humuhumunukunukuapuaa cousin.
5/22
2020
@squarecog I'd tell you, but then I'd have to block you.
5/21
2020
@yosoysami A Strat! I always thought of you as a Les Paul guy. @p1lonn Sounds nice! I've stayed in La Ventana a few times and love that area. @p1lonn Where are you? Los Barriles?
5/20
2020
@posco What do you choose to trust? Do you trust software to be bug free? Or do you put faith in institutions, whic… https://t.co/IE3LMEZthC @tlipcon I recommend a Chromebook. Asus C434 or Pixelbook Go maybe. Boots fast. Just works. Runs Linux, you can develop some locally.
5/12
2020
@esammer So sorry to hear. Take care of yourself.
5/10
2020
RIP @kraftwerk founder Florian Schneider. https://t.co/DLdOXAyi1U
5/7
2020
@mikeolson Nice writing, as usual! What do you make of Bruce Schneier's take that contract tracing apps just won't… https://t.co/xs0uKvcXQm
5/6
2020
The latest Intertidal Pod is out, featuring Emilie Franke, Kim Gordon, Katie Latanich & me talking about growing yo… https://t.co/2IlnEkwT65
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5/5
2020
@posco Even if the practice doesn't continue after, it's good now, and that goodness will continue on in them.
4/28
2020
In this blog post we describe an architecture, and associated controls for privacy, to build a data platform for a… https://t.co/b9pQUX3XWT
Retweeted by Doug Cutting @gsingers @josh_wills Be careful what you wish for! https://t.co/uf0quOj5op @gsingers @josh_wills Worlds collide! @mikeolson Alice Cooper.
4/23
2020
@mavolpi Takes me back. I always enjoyed hearing him speak. He inspired us. (Incidentally, my grandfather recruited him to Stanford!)
4/22
2020
@mikeolson @mjasay Thanks! I just stumbled around and got lucky. All other infinite monkeys deserve equal credit.
4/21
2020
@fchollet The label is part of the experience that you taste. Flavor is much more than what you sense with your nos… https://t.co/zFT6RIXvYB
4/13
2020
"a data-driven approach to pandemic response is compatible with individual rights, civil liberties advocates say —… https://t.co/5ycd0sn3Fa
4/3
2020
@mikeolson @jasminecrowe Good name for an AI program in there.
4/1
2020
@mikeolson I didn't notice the byline until after I'd read the article and was wondering which professional busines… https://t.co/qnlRFiAjfB
3/30
2020
@tom_e_white @isaach In the UK I thought the "shower" was the "Shah" (of Iran).
3/23
2020
@rhatr @_a__w_ I'll take some blame, but not all. Hadoop's scripts came from Nutch, whose may have come from Tomcat… https://t.co/TyVl6LXRWG
2/28
2020
@joe_hellerstein Here here. Sorry for the nitpicking distraction! @joe_hellerstein I hear you. There are and were way better tools for non-massive datasets, and some got distracted… https://t.co/EIHk8qJMbJ @joe_hellerstein (And of course Google used MapReduce to great effect for years before that without any influence by marketing forces.) @joe_hellerstein Yahoo, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and others all used Hadoop before there was any commercial effo… https://t.co/63YFIqaF0h @joe_hellerstein You'd know than I its academic impact. Perhaps it was hyped there. But for me and most folks I enc… https://t.co/O6fRxnG3MR @joe_hellerstein The interesting thing about MapReduce wasn't technical novelty but practical utility. It wasn't h… https://t.co/F8fzC8oxIC
1/30
2020
It really is difficult to overstate how apocalyptic this ancient mass extinction was. Here's a figure from a paper… https://t.co/Ptdw6XswJS
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1/18
2020
@j_houg @skr @jnymnz @posobin While "The Worst Journey in the World" made me feel like a little more pemmican wouldn't be so bad.
1/10
2019
@JustGusMorris Great work! We are lucky to have you.
12/24
2019
Nor even the majority of revenue. https://t.co/GZgKRYDmWV
12/17
2019
@JustGusMorris I make a point of thanking them after every game. It's a tough job and they do their best.
12/14
2019
(Tweeted while walking the dog in the rain.)Peloton, but for pets.
12/7
2019
“Most engineers,” as Weiser explained, “will defend as strongly as possible the value of their work and leave it to… https://t.co/zj1KHJ2RhY
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11/9
2019
@mdrijwan123 Sorry, I had meetings scheduled all day!
11/7
2019
In our work we often still have no or too little data to make informed decisions. That's why more and more nonprofi… https://t.co/v4kTg3xtRI
Retweeted by Doug Cutting"communities, instead of deferring or down-playing the need to set up explicit governance norms, [should] purposefu… https://t.co/Uys2cVUEjk"The result is a pre-eminence of implicit, under-documented norms that increase barriers of entry for newcomers and… https://t.co/WUMoW4KB7A"The study finds that the governance norms in [open source] communities are commonly developed by participants that… https://t.co/c9iX5DIZlw
11/4
2019
@carlmalamud @JustGusMorris told me they're going door-to-door to switch it back on. He may know more?
11/2
2019
@brianbehlendorf The fires two years ago, with no PSPS, were sparked at around a dozen spots within a short time. T… https://t.co/qfpXBEBT0d @brianbehlendorf My cloud vendor told me multi-cloud is a bad architecture.
10/29
2019
@jakeporway That's the fun of the hype cycle! Your wallet falls out at the top of the loop, you jump the fence to l… https://t.co/m2kisrsHFJ
10/26
2019
@ben11kehoe @driftorius_CCXL @jessfraz @kelseyhightower @iRobot My power company recently filed for bankruptcy and… https://t.co/BG9bMA4RWz
10/24
2019
@j_houg Most things work offline, including Calendar, Gmail, Drive, etc. Chromebooks run Android apps, and those generally work offline.
10/16
2019
@j_houg I've been using a Chromebook for the last few years, an Asus C302. Today I'd get the C434. I have a cheap U… https://t.co/FaGbYd4RRF
10/15
2019
@swardley @adrianco Not mitigating against vendor risks can also be very costly. Moreover, hybrid the reality for m… https://t.co/V4nvu0oD0z
10/14
2019
@shinynew_oz And they're stinky. @asynchio Great to meet you too. Good job with the talk!
10/4
2019
@jameskobielus Thanks. It was great to chat with you!
10/3
2019
@dmenningervr @mikeolson Mike may also have missed some of the Singapore or Beijing editions. But his spirit is st… https://t.co/myWoOAKCyU
9/25
2019
So, I come up for air and explore several things "Hadoop": the existential question of what it was, is and will be,… https://t.co/KukUSeE9l6
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9/10
2019
@mjasay @TechRepublic That's the kind of lock in, to legacy proprietary software with predatory vendors, that I'm used to people fearing. @mjasay @TechRepublic Minimizing switching costs is good, but minimizing non-switching costs is also good. If you… https://t.co/k3fWiHb2A0
8/30
2019
@jaykreps @apachekafka Hadoop sends his regards. https://t.co/SXJg17IBNr @mjasay Thanks, I'm flattered, but me being more active here might conflict with my being thoughtful! @mjasay Most folks mean "vendor lock-in" when they talk about "lock-in". Sure, using an open-source API makes it d… https://t.co/8FLTzDpG4S
8/29
2019
@benhemphill Should we ask Billy Gibbons?
8/14
2019
"If dinosaurs became hyperintelligent, built a civilization, started asteroid mining, and did so for centuries befo… https://t.co/wN2L2zlFWl
8/13
2019
@fulmicoton @markpapadakis Tajin on watermelon tastes great.
8/12
2019
@AbeGong It's not always best, but a classic reference is Google's MapReduce work from 2004, e.g. https://t.co/Q3zvgvixSU
8/8
2019
@Kyleunruh13 I have not been able to discover the original manufacturer. Cloudera commissioned a limited run of replicas, shown above.
7/5
2019
@jwfbean @atm I've never given you pie.
6/12
2019
@dornquast I wrote a couple of search engines at Xerox PARC, then V-Twin at Apple, then re-wrote Excite's search, t… https://t.co/wGFnECioTe
6/7
2019
@moxie @richcollins Once there are millions using an app folks can seem to resist adding ads, optimizing stickiness… https://t.co/PBYfCjO5b7
5/31
2019
"Algorithms, technological devices and artificial intelligence, when badly designed, expose us to risks as much as… https://t.co/bzdxcPlsDT
5/22
2019
@acmurthy I was actually in Stockholm the night Palme was shot, but no one has yet questioned me about it. I remem… https://t.co/BoJsjYPhBa
5/16
2019
"We must rethink #privacy in the age of #bigdata- consider not just the input, but also about the outcome. It's not… https://t.co/qqHK9GVkmd
Retweeted by Doug Cutting @Tjido @acroll @strataconf Shingai, it was great to meet you and learn about the wonderful work you are doing! Thanks!
5/2
2019
@koblas @jiceman @bmcclendon @foopee Graham's a manager now!
5/1
2019
730 individual Members ‣ 7,000+ Committers ‣ 200M+ Lines of Code valued at $20B+ ‣ 100% Free ‣ 300+ Open Source Pro… https://t.co/gws4LHbqPX
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3/28
2019
Like Cloudera, but for stenographers
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2/26
2019
@mikeolson Now I want to know what you regretted sending...
2/21
2019
"The Green New Deal is an attempt to bring back both U.S. manufacturing and the commonsense industrial policy that… https://t.co/BHV3tV7HnX
2/20
2019
"The lesson for US climate policy is clear: The biggest impact we can have is by driving down the cost of technolog… https://t.co/WDlXYt8V6q
2/19
2019
@squarecog @Adversarial_L @josh_wills Wait, wasn't he also the guy with the big hat?
2/14
2019
@vambenepe @j_houg @josh_wills You are free to interpret it however you like, unlike ImageNet. @josh_wills @j_houg @vambenepe We were on a tropical beach once, my son was body surfing, and thought he saw Brando… https://t.co/FSs2RLx9Ni @j_houg @vambenepe @josh_wills FWIW, my buddy there told me he asked physicists there a lot of questions about aste… https://t.co/wVJghNcPNG @j_houg @vambenepe @josh_wills I saw him there once. I wanted to go talk to him but all I could think to say was, "… https://t.co/iPhZgGtrBM
1/29
2019

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