No to NOSQL like MondoDB or Cassandra for institutional firms like hedge funds or banks for in memory database, hello kdb is fastest processing

(Last Updated On: March 4, 2013)

No to NOSQL like MondoDB or Cassandra for institutional firms like hedge funds or banks  for in memory database, hello kdb is fastest

 

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They commented:

Hi Bryan,

I would say the core strengths of kdb are:
– q language is very powerful
– kdb is based on ordered lists, SQL is based sets, this difference makes a lot of time series queries much easier.
– it’s fast

 

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i Bryan,

The core strengths of kdb are:
– q language is very powerful
– kdb is based on ordered lists, SQL is based sets, this difference makes a lot of time series queries much easier.
– it’s fast.

I can easily recommend a career in it if you want an interesting, challenging programming job.

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