Fastest Python q converter

21 Jan 2015 | , , , ,
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Last night Alexander Belopolsky, an expert kdb+ programmer and Python developer, gave a presentation to the PyData NYC Meetup on exploring kdb+ in Python notebooks. Other than the folks from Kx, there was one person out of 150 who had worked with kdb+!
Alex showed his PyQ API, the “world’s fastest Python and NumPy converter.” Based on the audience reaction, he may have made some converts to kdb+.

To see his slides go to his blog.

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