AquaQ Analytics announces the creation of 123 jobs

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AquaQ Analytics is delighted to announce plans to add 123 jobs to the company over the coming 2 years, thereby doubling the size of the company. This expansion is being achieved with the assistance of Invest Northern Ireland. The new jobs will be created across the company’s consultancy streams and its growing product development stream. The current consultancy streams extend …

AquaQ Analytics London Meetup – 7th November 2019

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AquaQ Analytics is hosting its first ever London tech Meetup tomorrow night (Thursday 7th November)! Join us at CodeNode at 6pm for drinks and pizza followed by some talks from the following speakers: “Bigger Data” David Demner, kdb+ Developer, will be presenting some strategies that he’s implemented on a single very large data set to make it more manageable. “Scaling and …

AI NI Datathon

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On Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October, AquaQ Analytics were Platinum Sponsors for the AI NI Datathon. With the event being held across two sites in Magee and QUB, it was a fantastic opportunity to engage closely with some of the top programming talent in Northern Ireland! The teams were tasked to complete one of the five challenges set by …

AquaQ Analytics NY Event [10.17.2019]

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AquaQ is pleased to announce this years New York event will involve a kdb+ Architecture Workshop and an evening drinks reception: EVENT DATE : Thursday 17th October 2019 EVENT VENUE: W Hotel New York – Downtown Event Schedule : Architecture Workshop Start Time : 3.00PMThe workshop will cover all aspects of kdb+ market data capture system design, including: – the …

AquaQ – Java User Group Meetup (Belfast 5th Sept)

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AquaQ sponsored and hosted it’s first ever Java User Group Meet-up at Clock Wise at River House in Belfast on 5th Sept 2019. The guest speaker on the night was Matt Riable (Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta) and the event was attended by 65 Java enthusiasts. As microservice architecture has become commonplace for many java projects in recent years, …

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