HBase does not have the concept of "static" columns.
You just have "groups" the column families
and then each row has a set of qualifiers.

so, you don't need to specify the set of columns (qualifiers) on
you just add/update rows with the specified column

so you end up doing something like this pseudo code

createTable(tableName, group1, group2);
table.put(row0, column0, value)
table.put(row1, column0, value)

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