Getting started with kdb+ just got easier

13 Jan 2016 | , ,
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Lucinda Forbes, of FD and Kx, recently created seven getting-started videos for new kdb+ downloaders.

Check them out on the Kx Systems YouTube Channel and subscribe while you are there. Be sure to visit the Kx Wiki for more tutorials so you can build your first system in kdb+.

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