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Conor Doherty

Conor Doherty

Market Making with MemSQL: Simulating Billions of Stock Trades in Real Time
Real-time, SQL
I woke up around 7:30 AM on Monday August 24th, checked my phone while lying in bed, and saw that I had lost thousands o
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Understanding MemSQL in 5 Easy Questions
Product
The funny thing about MemSQL is that it is simultaneously familiar and leading edge. On one hand, it is a relational dat
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Top 5 Questions Answered at Spark Summit
Events, Spark
The MemSQL team enjoyed sponsoring and attending Spark Summit last week, where we spoke with hundreds of developers, dat
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Real-Time
Industry, Real-time
The phrase “real-time,” like love, means different things to different people. At its most basic, the term implies n
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Harnessing the Enterprise Capabilities of Spark
Spark
As more developers and data scientists try Apache Spark, they ask questions about persistence, transactions and mutable
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Boost Conversions with Overlap Ad Targeting
Engineering, SQL
Digital advertising is a numbers game played out over billions of interactions. Advertisers and publishers build predict
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Gary Orenstein Joins MemSQL as Chief Marketing Officer
Company, Updates
News release: MemSQL Welcomes Gary Orenstein as Chief Marketing Officer SAN FRANCISCO, December 18, 2014 – MemSQL
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Chris Fry Joins MemSQL Advisory Board
Company
We are excited to announce that web scaling expert and technology growth executive Chris Fry has joined the MemSQL advis
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MemSQL and Cisco Work Together to Make Real-Time Performance on Hadoop a Reality
Engineering, Product
While Hadoop is great for storing large volumes of data, it’s too slow for building real-time applications. However, o
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Conor Doherty
Conor Doherty
Conor is a technical marketing engineer at MemSQL. He is also the driving force behind Hawaiian Shirt Friday (#hsf) in the San Francisco office.
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