The folks at AquaQ in Belfast continue to come up with fun ways to use their kdb+ skills outside of finance. Building on the success of kdb+ developer Matt Doherty’s Superbowl XLIX – data visualization using TorQ and d3.js, they recently posted a new blog on capturing Six Nations Rugby data into kdb+ in real time and using d3.js to visualize the data. 10 million data points captured this time around.
Kdb+ on Anaconda and Google Cloud
12 Jun 2018
At Kx25, the international kdb+ user conference held in New York City on May 18th, we made a number of announcements about new ways to access kdb+ and interconnect with it. (You can watch my presentation, called “Snakes on a Plane” on the Kx YouTube channel.)