Episode 103. Let’s share data cross-language with Apache Arrow! (among other things)

We have a great time talking to Matt Topol from Voltron Data on one of his Apache Software Foundation projects called Apache Arrow. It’s both a spec and implementation of a columnar data format that is not only efficient, but cross-language compatible. We walk through the scenarios that it covers and how is becoming more and more pivotal for things like ML and LLMs. So come listen to this JPH episode on one of the best and free ways to distribute data and integrate services working on top of that data!

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  • Apache Arrow Project (https://arrow.apache.org/)
  • Java implementation (https://arrow.apache.org/docs/java/index.html)
  • In-Memory Analytics with Apache Arrow (https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/in-memory-analytics-with/9781801071031/)
  • Matt Topol X (Twitter!) Account (https://twitter.com/zeroshade)

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