Joseph Kniest 2012-12-05, 03:51
I think that depends in which project to want to work. The Hadoop
ecosystem is very rich, so, I think that you
should start looking which project seems more interesting to you.
I will give you an example of my own:
The project that I want to work is HBase, so the first step is looking
in the JIRAs for HBASE.
Interesting projects right now in HBase, at least for me:
- HBASE-5313 
- HBASE-4818 
- HBASE-3857 
- HBASE-5521 
The second step is to view who is working on these issues:
- Dhruba Borthakur 
- Lars Hofhansl 
- Todd Lipcon 
- and many more...
You can ask them how do you want to help them, or simply look for JIRAs
marked with easy
resolution, and begin to these issues to get inside the HBase code or
the project which you want
If you are an student, Cloudera has several internships to work in real
Hadoop projects, so
take a look to the Careers section at Cloudera.
On 12/04/2012 10:51 PM, Joseph Kniest wrote:
> Hi, I am new to Hadoop and wish to pitch in! This is my second email of
> this nature, as I'm not sure if my first was addressed correctly. I've
> been looking over the various issues on Jira and I'm wondering what the
> first steps should be, i.e. what should I start with to get familiar
> with the code base. I was also wondering how to submit my intent to make
> a fix/do a push when I make a change.
> Thanks again and looking forward to hearing from everyone!
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