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I consider python and kdb are a union made in heaven. Kdb/q being a terse and high performant perfectly complements python’s readable but slow code. Pyq and qpython are some of the python packages we can use to solve the interaction between programs written in these two languages. While they offer a slight speed advantage, I felt the WebSockets method to be easier to write and maintain. By the end of this article, you will be having some idea about incorporating WebSockets into your next python-kdb application.

I’ll be using Python 3.8 and kdb+ 3.6 (32 bit) in this article…

rohith pervala

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