Announcing SingleStore Start[c]up 2.0
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Announcing SingleStore Start[c]up 2.0

SingleStore is excited to announce Start [ c ] up 2.0 – the second annual programming competition hosted by Codeforces with an onsite at…
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How SingleStore Distributes Data
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How SingleStore Distributes Data

The world is moving toward highly-parallel, distributed systems up and down the stack. It started with the app servers on the front lines…
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The Size & Shape of Your Tables
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The Size & Shape of Your Tables

If you ever catch yourself doing mental arithmetic, or writing complex queries while trying to debug a capacity or performance problem, it’s…
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Through a Table, Sparsely
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Through a Table, Sparsely

Take a look at your database. What do you see? An alphabetic list of table names. Is that really the most important thing to know? Surely…
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Notes on Sizing a SingleStore Cluster
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Notes on Sizing a SingleStore Cluster

One of the most valuable features a distributed system can have is predictability. When a system is predictable, you can reason about how it…
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Celebrating the SingleStore start[c]up Finals
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Celebrating the SingleStore start[c]up Finals

This weekend SingleStore challenged some of the world’s best computer programmers in the finals of the inaugural SingleStore start [ c ] up…
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Google’s Code Jam World Finals – Two Senior SingleStore Engineers Make Top 25
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Google’s Code Jam World Finals – Two Senior SingleStore Engineers Make Top 25

SingleStore is proud to announce that David Stolp (Pieguy) and Nika Jimsheleishvili (nika) are on their way to Google’s London office to…
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Announcing start[c]up
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Announcing start[c]up

SingleStore  is excited to announce start [ c ] up – a programming competition, hosted by  Codeforces  with an onsite at SingleStore HQ in…
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Practical Techniques to Achieve Quality in Large Software Projects
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Practical Techniques to Achieve Quality in Large Software Projects

High quality is hard to achieve and very expensive, but it’s worth every penny and must be taken extremely seriously. There is no silver…
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Common Pitfalls in Writing Lock-Free Algorithms
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Common Pitfalls in Writing Lock-Free Algorithms

Formally, a multi-threaded algorithm is considered to be lock-free if there is an upper bound on the total number of steps it must perform…
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Where Should TopCoders Work. One Year Later.
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Where Should TopCoders Work. One Year Later.

A little over a year ago we published a blog post “ Where Should Top Coders Work? ”. In a few weeks we were approached by topcoder.com and…
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SingleStore: My First *Real* Startup Experience
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SingleStore: My First *Real* Startup Experience

This is reposted from Momchil Tomov’s blog . Momchil was part of the first summer batch of SingleStore Interns. After seemingly stumbling…
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Excellent Post On SingleStore Architecture
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Excellent Post On SingleStore Architecture

http://highscalability.com/blog/2012/8/14/memsql-architecture-the-fast-mvcc-inmem-lockfree-codegen-and.html
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Loading half a billion records in 40 minutes
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Loading half a billion records in 40 minutes

Disclaimer. This will not be an apples to apples comparison with derwik, since we obviously don’t have the same dataset, and we need a much…
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Welcome to the SingleStore Developer Blog!
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Welcome to the SingleStore Developer Blog!

We’ve been hard at work building the world’s fastest database, and now that we’re shipping SingleStore, we’re looking forward to having a…
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Where Should Top Coders Work?
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Where Should Top Coders Work?

My career as a software engineer really began when I won a medal at the ACM ICPC programming contest in 2001. To place in the tournament, I…
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