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Python and SQLite tutorial

Python and SQLite tutorial As it i looks like I am using SQLite as my preferred database (not my fave) to get working with C++ on a Mac OSX environment, I am doing this tutorial http://zetcode.com/db/sqlitepythontutorial/ Join my FREE newsletter to leartrn how I plan to use SQLite with Python/C++ in my new automated trading …

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Which RDMS or NOSQL database do you use for R? MySQL, Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, CouchDB, SQLite?

Which RDMS or NOSQL database do you use for R? MySQL, Cassandra,  HBase, MongoDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, CouchDB, SQLite? Join my FREE newsletter to say what gets posted about R ! This R survey is kind of important. It will show a few things: Which R most users use regardless if they are commercial vs open …

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Redis NOSQL proven for C++ in memory databases as compared to SQLite, Berkeley DB for HFT, Save $250K as compared to kdb +

Redis NOSQL proven for C++ in memory databases as compared to SQLite, Berkeley DB for HFT, Save $250K as compared to kdb + Hi there My march to building a high frequency trading is gathering steam pretty quickly. My backend called Redis has proven itself. Finally, I got Redis working with a complete demo of its …

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No to Oracle TimesTen? It seems Redis is the next logical choice in a C++ HFT as compared to SQLite or BerkeleyDB

No to Oracle TimesTen? It seems Redis is the next logical choice in a C++ HFT as compared to SQLite or BerkeleyDB It is always that debate of which is the best real time trading engine for C++ platform with R analytics through RCpp/Rinside. First I mentioned Oracle TimesTen which look solid over the last …

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