My name is Ajay Mittal (LinkedIn) and with over 8 years of diverse IT experience spanning data analysis & manipulation, data warehousing and as .Net developer and lead. I am working in TCS as Data Engineer and work on multiple traditional and big data tech like Hive, SQL, PL/SQL, Teradata, 1010 data, MySql and on statistical tool R.

I am a active blogger, instructor, trainer. Apart from these, I love to host and attend conferences on big data and Agile and any other technical event on traditional databases.

I started my career as .Net Developer and after 5 years I started working on dbs only. Earlier, I used to work with traditional dbs also but the work was not so intense. Gradually, I started moving from traditional database to Big data.

During my Big data journey, I started working on R and saw very little help was there. I decided to write a blog, so that other R lovers will not face any problem. My blog post is not so frequent but I will try to write more frequently. My passion is with helping people whenever I can. No job is to big or to small and I’m always happy to help. Suggestions are welcome.



2 responses to “About

  1. Carrie Crump

    December 31, 2015 at 2:52 am

    HI there. I just updated to 3.0.2. When I did it must have gotten rid of a package that I had on there and I don’t know which one. I used it for mark recapture, and need it to provide the capture probabilities like it used to. Do you know which package that is, and could you tell me how to install it.

  2. donodata

    September 7, 2016 at 9:18 pm

    Thanks for starting this blog! I have a similar sentiment about resources and wanting to help others.


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