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
downloads.kx.com as usual. A public summary of changes is available on
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
for those of you who don't get the Kx community monthly newsletter (sign
up top right on the http://kxcommunity.com 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 kxcommunity.com website
if you work for a company that has licensed kdb+ there will be a couple
of people designated as technical contacts with access to fetch kdb+
from downloads.kx.com.If you send me (off list) a message from your work
email I can put you in touch with th...
my vim stuff only does syntax colouring:
https://github.com/simongarland/vimif you want more advanced features
like communicating with a q session see attila's version
in the distant past there was little reason to use -8! and -9! directly
but now with things like websockets there can be interesting uses
(athough it's still one of the better ways of shooting yourself in the
foot) I'll adjust the warning, and add -2...