Sean Keevey and Kevin Smyth, kdb+ developers at First Derivatives, have written a new edition to the “q for Gods” white paper series, titled: Time series simplification in kdb+: A method for dynamically shrinking big data. They discuss challenges of visualizing tremendous data flows and an approach for simplifying the problem. Read more here.
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.)