XTDB 1.21.0 is out! 🚀 We have RocksDB ARM (M1) support, can import tx-time from upstream sources, and allow expressions in projections/aggregations.
After 3 betas, quite a pile of perf/bug fixes, too!
JUXT CTO @malcolmsparks introducing the 'atomic architecture' concept at JUXT Conf 2022 👇
The reason why we wrote this paper is so I don't have to keep explaining to people why MMAP databases are (almost) always a bad idea: https://db.cs.cmu.edu/mmap-cidr2022 https://twitter.com/gortizja/status/1526189095545872385
Parsing with Derivatives => Parsing with Zippers supporting alternates, shared expressions, shared contexts, and cycles.
We're all of two minds about this one. In 10 years, will these prove as nice as they seemed at first bluff? It's hard to know when it's best to diverge from the spec or not, but most of us seem to lean toward "not." 🤔
> the imminent XTDB 2.x
To clarify...there isn't an imminent *production ready* 2.x release happening soon, but we do plan to unveil a whole bunch of new code and functionality!
Starting in the middle of the #hytradboi talks. As graph database fans, we love this implementation of a simple JSON-based graph database on top of SQLite by Denis Papathanasiou:
Every one of these is worth ten minutes of your time. We'll comment a bit on them individually while we anxiously await next year's @hytradboi 🥫
Huge thanks to all of the speakers who put so much energy and thought into this event! 🙏
All of the talks are now up at https://www.hytradboi.com?42
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