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Celebrating the MemSQL start[c]up Finals

This weekend MemSQL challenged some of the world’s best computer programmers in the finals of the inaugural MemSQL start[c]up competition. Similar to computer programming competitions held by Google and Facebook, MemSQL’s start[c]up showcased the best from around the world in a grueling 3 hour competition. [slideshow_deploy id=’664′] MemSQL Engineers pieguy, nika, exod40, SkidanovAlex and dolphinigle created a complex problem set for contestants. Made up...


MemSQL Releases 2.1 - Increasing the Value of All Data in the Enterprise

Today, MemSQL released version 2.1 of its real-time analytics platform, which is available for immediate download. This release includes new features and enhancements to give customers the ability to access, explore and increase the value of data, regardless of the size, age, or format. The release also includes additional SQL surface area and a custom AWS CloudFormation template for fast and easy deployment in the cloud. Here are the new features customers will see in the release: ...


Announcing start[c]up

MemSQL is excited to announce start[c]up – a programming competition, hosted by Codeforces with an onsite at MemSQL HQ in San Francisco, California. Start[c]up consists of two rounds. Both rounds will be prepared by MemSQL engineers: pieguy, nika,exod40, SkidanovAlex and dolphinigle. Round 1 is online and takes place on July 13. Round 1 follows regular Codeforces rules and consists of 5 problems. For this round, the complexity of the problems will be comparable to a regular Codeforces...


Excellent Post On MemSQL Architecture

http://highscalability.com/blog/2012/8/14/memsql-architecture-the-fast-mvcc-inmem-lockfree-codegen-and.html


Welcome to the MemSQL Developer Blog!

We’ve been hard at work building the world’s fastest database, and now that we’re shipping MemSQL, we’re looking forward to having a bit more time to blog about some of the fundamentals around the MemSQL technology. In the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing posts that cover an array of topics, including benchmarking, stress testing, database theories, algorithms, and more. In the mean time, we encourage you to download MemSQL and have some fun doing your own...