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TimeBase CE – Introduction and Scene Set

Industry Discussion James Mcleod - FINOS, Matthew Gorelik - EPAM, Alvin Shih - Morgan Stanley and Jo Shinonome - Credit Suisse

Industry Discussion - TimeBase CE, kdb+ and Front End Development with Perspective

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    TimeBase CE – Introduction and Scene Set

    Industry Discussion James Mcleod - FINOS, Matthew Gorelik - EPAM, Alvin Shih - Morgan Stanley and Jo Shinonome - Credit Suisse

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    TimeBase CE – The Benefits

    TimeBase CE was designed by developers for developers. Ease of use and ease of integration into existing projects – including those now existing in the FINOS ecosystem – was essential.

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    TimeBase CE – How to get Involved

    TimeBase CE is now hosted on GitHub, with all developer documentations, demos, links and more available at https://timebase.info. We hope you give it a try for any of your data-driven needs!

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    TimeBase CE Demo

    EPAM's Matthew Gorelik demonstrates and explains the power of TimeBase CE.

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    kdb+ – Introduction and Scene Set

    Who's involved? Example offerings under the kdb+ Project : q libraries, kdb Studio, qPython.

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    kdb+ – Use Case, Benefits and ‘Boothroyd’

    A TypeScript-based alternative to Java-based kdb Studio borne from cross-FINOS collaboration. Opportunities for developers to join and set direction.

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    kdb+ – The Future and How to get Involved

    Forking abandoned projects into FINOS to give them new life and reduce disruption of legacy systems.

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    Front End Development and Visualisation – Introduction and Scene Set

    vscode-q leverages FINOS Perspective to provide multiple visualizations of time series data from kdb+.

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    Front End Development and Visualisation – Background on Perspective

    High-performance visualization library with over 3,000 GitHub stars from JP Morgan.

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    Front End Development and Visualisation – Use Case and the Benefits

    Perspective as an enabler for interactive customization of graphs without having to re-query kdb+.

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    Front End Development and Visualisation – Closing Comments and How to get Involved

    James McLeod concludes this industry discussion and shares how to get involved via - github.com/finos & resources.finos.org

  • Industry Discussion - TimeBase CE, kdb+ and Front End Development with Perspective

    VIMEO

    Industry Discussion James Mcleod - FINOS, Matthew Gorelik - EPAM, Alvin Shih - Morgan Stanley and Jo Shinonome - Credit Suisse

    VIMEO

    TimeBase CE was designed by developers for developers. Ease of use and ease of integration into existing projects – including those now existing in the FINOS ecosystem – was essential.

    VIMEO

    TimeBase CE is now hosted on GitHub, with all developer documentations, demos, links and more available at https://timebase.info. We hope you give it a try for any of your data-driven needs!

    VIMEO

    EPAM's Matthew Gorelik demonstrates and explains the power of TimeBase CE.

    VIMEO

    Who's involved? Example offerings under the kdb+ Project : q libraries, kdb Studio, qPython.

    VIMEO

    A TypeScript-based alternative to Java-based kdb Studio borne from cross-FINOS collaboration. Opportunities for developers to join and set direction.

    VIMEO

    Forking abandoned projects into FINOS to give them new life and reduce disruption of legacy systems.

    VIMEO

    vscode-q leverages FINOS Perspective to provide multiple visualizations of time series data from kdb+.

    VIMEO

    High-performance visualization library with over 3,000 GitHub stars from JP Morgan.

    VIMEO

    Perspective as an enabler for interactive customization of graphs without having to re-query kdb+.

    VIMEO

    James McLeod concludes this industry discussion and shares how to get involved via - github.com/finos & resources.finos.org