Hello Andrii

Welcome to the Apache Zeppelin community. We're always happy to help people
getting onboard with the project.

First, I would suggest to read the online documentation to get familiar
with Zeppelin features: http://zeppelin.apache.org/docs/0.7.0-SNAPSHOT/

About Zeppelin Architecture, you may throw an eye to my slides:

About the interpreter system and how it is implemented:

If you have more questions about the source code of Zeppelin, just throw me
an email


On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 6:31 AM, Andrii Pelekh <pelek...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I am looking for a mentor that could help me to get on board with
> Zeppelin. Please see my summary below. I followed the Mentoring Application
> Procedure and I would welcome any notes/advices/suggestions on anything
> that I could miss.
> My name is Andrii. I am originally from Ukraine. I moved to US about 3
> years ago and right now I live in Denver. I am working as a software
> engineer in NASDAQ. My resume is attached in case if anyone is interested.
> I am very interested in joining the Apache Community. From all the Apache
> projects that are currently open, I liked Zeppelin the most. First because
> it is Java/Scala based, and second because of the domain that the project
> is aimed for. An analytic tool for a large-scale data that is designed for
> the data scientists sounds awesome.
> I have two years of experience as a software developer. My main language
> is Java. Other languages and frameworks that I have worked with are
> JavaScript, C#, Angular, Spring, SQL, Linux (Bash and shell scripts) and
> SMARTS (programming language/software suit designed for financial markets;
> we use it a lot in NASDAQ). I also have some knowledge in algorithms, data
> structures and their running times. My previous working experience is
> mostly in back end. This is my primary area of interest and I would like to
> focus more on back end tasks, but I can work on anything that is required
> for the project.
> I never worked in an open source environment but I would like to start. To
> make it happen, I don't need to be babysitted but I need a small push. That
> is why I am looking for a mentor that could help me to get on board. From
> my side I can guarantee a long term commitment, eagerness to learn and
> desire to benefit for the project. I have no restrictions for the time
> frame that I am willing to invest but only my job. I can work on my
> evenings and weekends and I am ready to start as soon as possible.
> Please let me know if anyone is interested to be my mentor.
> Thank you,
> Andrii

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