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today we announced that we have acquired the rights to kdb+ for Python, or PyQ, from Enlightenment Research, it simplifies the running of a Python interpreter embedded in a kdb+ server. We have also announced the release of a beta version of embedPy ...
We’ve just released the latest version - 3.4 - of kdb+. The executables and full change list are available to licensed customers on as usual. A public summary of changes is available on at:
Just in time for your Christmas lists:the new version of Jeff Borror’s indispensable "Q for Mortals" is available.This re-written version targets all the features in version 3.2 in over 500 pagesRead the press release about it here:
for those of you who don't get the Kx community monthly newsletter (sign up top right on the homepage) this is a pointer to the new Kx Github page:http://kxsystems.github.ioWe're collecting links to all the kdb+ related project...
Nick Psaris has published a book: “Q Tips: Fast, Scalable and Maintainable Kdb+” for programmers immersed in analysing big data in financial services.More details on the website at: