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We will discuss the topics which are most commonly asked in Spark Interview. We will try to analyze these topics and get to know what actually interviewer is trying to analyze in you and how to answer each question along with their follow up questions.Course is prepared based on the experience shared by many of our students and the Big Data engineers, who have taken or attended the interviews. Covered even the most basic concepts of Apache spark in our course. So even if you have an experience of 6 months or 1year or upto 5-6 years, you can opt for this course.Even if you are new to spark and want to excel you career in Apache Spark, you can go through this course.We have included few lab sessions also for the questions, which are generally asked in the interview.
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