Avoid the heartbreak of missed connections

16 Apr 2014 | ,
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We thought we would help the kx community get started by offering some of our free tools to connect kdb+ to Python, Java and C# to help developers build their own applications.

Speaking multiple languages is a skill we value as we consult all over the world, and we see that many of the best programmers we know are multi-lingual as well. Still, it is always nice to make your platform have a native look and feel.

Check out our interfaces at GitHub, and sign up for our Google Group.

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