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Quix | 14 Nov, 2022Quix raises $12.9m Series A to accelerate event-driven data apps
Why we've partnered with MMC Ventures, Project A Ventures and Passion Capital to accelerate our growth.
Strategy | 7 Jun, 2022To stream, or not to stream? A conversation about when to use (and how we built) stream processing systems
Behind the scenes building McLaren’s F1 stream processing system, and why the world needed a new stream processing client library.
Explainer | 31 May, 2022Edge, fog and cloud computing: Where you process data matters
Computing in the cloud, in the fog or at the farthest edge can make a significant difference in technical applications that are processing large volumes of data at high speeds
Explainer | 23 May, 2022How to build a no-code pipeline for sentiment analysis with our Snowflake connector
Three Quix connectors let you move data from Twitter to a Snowflake database while transforming it along the way. Learn how to set up the pipeline without writing any code.
Community | 17 May, 2022Discover new tools you’ll actually enjoy using (really!)
Members of the streaming community share their favorite tools — from backend development to organizing workflows to developing website copy. We have suggestions that you’ll actually enjoy using.
Community | 6 May, 2022The (surprisingly) long history of streaming real-time data
Streaming real-time data didn’t magically appear from nowhere. Its long history isn’t just fascinating — it’s full of familiar examples that your family can understand.
Community | 26 Apr, 2022Data pipelines done right at the Kafka Summit 2022
Companies building the modern data stack gathered this week to discuss the challenges, shortcuts and benefits of stream processing. Here’s what you need to know.
Strategy | 19 Apr, 2022Three ways to increase the value you get from the data you already collect
Data’s value depends on how you use it. We’ll look at three ways to increase the value you get from the data you’re already collecting.