It’s been a busy time at Terminus Towers as we excitedly get ready for the release of TerminusX: our cloud service enabling teams to autonomously build, curate, and share versioned data products.
As a member of our open source community, we’ve given you exclusive access to a recording we made this week explaining TerminusX in more detail. So if you’re interested, give it a listen:
New open source release
To double the excitement to the point of hysteria, we’re soon to release the latest version of TerminusDB. You can find out more information about the latest release here. Full release notes will be available soon.
Knowledge Graph & Data Mesh Metaverse
We do a lot of reading and watching to see what our peers in the open source and research communities are doing to ensure we stay up to date with the latest trends and technologies. We’ll be adding a new regular blog to our website called Knowledge Graph & Data Mesh Metaverse where we list some of the cool things the talented people and organisations are talking about with regards to knowledge graph & data mesh.
Check out the latest reads and watches
In case you missed it…
Here’s a roundup of some TerminusDB news and information over the past couple of months:
The cost of choosing to not version your data
Gavin joins Paul from Data Mesh Learning to discuss a wide range of topics relating to data versioning for both general and data mesh.
Object storage – Immutable blobs & why we want them
As part of our weekly TerminusDB core get together, CTO Gavin discussed object storage and immutable blobs.
How to by Pythonic – Design a query language in python
Our Python guru, Cheuk, spoke at Conf42 about query language in Python. The recording and slides are now available for you to peruse at your leisure.
Meetings at Terminus – How we handle meetings to maximise collaboration
Meetings can be tedious and sometimes pointless. Our Director of People, Sreya, talks about how TerminusDB handles meetings with a regular schedule.
Say hello to the new Terminators
We’re thrilled to announce new additions to the TerminusDB team, joining us over the past couple of months are:
Sean – DB Engineer
A self-proclaimed programming language, politics, philosophy, grammar, and baking geek, Sean joins the team focusing on the database backend.
Mark – Technical Writer
A passionate and methodical technical writer, Mark is unwavering in his quest to deliver exceptional technical documentation.
Oliver – Content Lead
With a passion for writing, Oliver joins the TerminusDB team to look after content to provide our community with useful information about TerminusDB and the wider Graph Database and Data Mesh world.
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