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.
Feeling the need for pricing at speed!
28 Feb 2019
How real-time pricing can help reverse the retail decline by Tom Hill Brand failures, CVAs, declining footfall and the over reliance on deep discounting at Christmas continue to highlight the challenging environment in retail. As retailers adapt to the changing landscape there is a continued struggle to balance sales growth with margin in […]