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We are a bunch of coders and nothing but a bunch of coders.
We are a bunch of coders and nothing but a bunch of coders.

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Oops, we did it again... Tuesday we took part and won the Eneco Data Challenge, part of Dutch Data Science Week #DDSW17. We teamed up with Konrad Banachewicz, a seasoned data scientist, to show Eneco how they can use their data to improve the maintenance of their streetlights. Our solution was selected as the winner, not only because of the great data-science involved, but also because it created the most business value for Eneco. Read the full story on our blog: http://blog.raxdb.com/oops-we-did-it-again/
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We won the 'Gfk insigths' track at the WHAT #Datathon (part of #what17) organized by Wakoopa! Check our our blog: http://ow.ly/9hJ030bg05I
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Take that Vectorwisers! :-)
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We're proud to announce that Rax supports now a new SQL backend: Snowflake! To celebrate, we've performed a new round of experiments with behavioural-data analysis on various backends supported by Rax. Read more abou it on our blog: http://raxdb.com/blog/welcome-snowflake/
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Give Rax for Christmas! Today we released a free version of our flagship product Rax. What is Rax, you say? Rax is a scripting language developed to work specifically with behavioral data. In other words, it is a tool that makes analysts' lives easier, so that they can focus on analysis instead of battling with SQL. Check out our download page: http://ow.ly/G6CfI
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Rax can now run on top of major cloud databases: Microsoft Azure SQL Server and AWS Redshift! This gave us the opportunity to compare the performance of various databases on behavioral data. Read more about our experiments on the Rax blog: http://ow.ly/xfP4T
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