Kx GitHub index updated for ease of use

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Kx developers will be delighted to know that we have sorted through contributed Kx code on GitHub and organized it by category on the Kx GitHub repository index page.

A great way for us to build the Kx community is for all of you to contribute to existing projects and to share your own code. Have you been looking for interfaces to other languages; plugins to editors; development tools; utilities and frameworks in Kx. There is a lot of great free code here, cataloged so you can find what you need.

Check it out and contribute yourself!  If you post something, drop us a note: .

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