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 Managing Event Driven Architectures”

Mathew Hobbis, VP Global Architecture at Solace Systems, will discuss:

Why event driven architectures are needed.

Why topics should be viewed as Meta Data.

Event management, Async API and Data Lineage challenges.

“Introduction to Shakti”

In this talk, Fintan Quill, Director of Engineering, will discuss Shakti, the next-generation platform merging language, database, connectivity, stream processing and security.

If you’d like to come along, please sign up via the link below, or get in touch with one of the AquaQ team!

AquaQ Analytics London Meetup

Thursday, Nov 7, 2019, 6:00 PM

CodeNode
10 South Pl London, GB

87 Members Attending

AquaQ Analytics will be hosting a meetup in London on Thursday 7th November. Please join us at CodeNode for 6pm registration, drinks and pizzas and to hear from the following speakers : “Bigger Data” David Demner, kdb+ Software Engineer will be presenting some strategies that he’s implemented on a single very large data set to make it more manageab…

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Rachel MarrinanAquaQ Analytics London Meetup – 7th November 2019

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