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Right time, right place

18 Jul 2014 | , ,
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It’s a great feeling when someone gives you a compliment, right? Especially when you have been working hard to get your message out to the world. It’s even better when someone who actually understands the complexities of database software and is a published analyst, like Philip Howard at Bloor Research, gets it. Phil writes about the huge possibilities for kdb+/q in the age of the  “Internet of Things” in his latest post, re-blogged here:

Written By: Philip Howard
Published: 17th July, 2014
Content Copyright ©2014 Bloor. All Rights Reserved.

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