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Three cool free extensions for VS 2019

Although QuasarDB is mostly run on Linux, most of the development team works primarily on Windows using Visual Studio. It’s because VS has the most advanced native debugger, sitting on top of the Windows Debug API.

Improving our release process

You might have noticed that we didn’t release QuasarDB 3.9.0 on May 4th, 2020, as our previous release schedule would have commanded. Since the beginning of the year, QuasarDB’s user base grew faster than we anticipated, creating many pain points in our release process, especially the QA phase.

Using C++ containers efficiently

Hello, dear reader! I think you have many assumptions about the performance and usage of data structures in C++. This blog post is me, destroying your world.

QuasarDB on Kubernetes

Deploying QuasarDB in cloud-native environments has been possible for many years using the official Docker containers we provide. With the recent rise of container orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes, we can do much more: a single interface to provision, monitor and operate a QuasarDB cluster.

Timeseries: what are ASOF joins?

In QuasarDB 3.5 we introduced ASOF joins. If you’re new to timeseries databases, you may be confused about what ASOF joins are, and how useful they are.

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