In-Memory Formats

An in-memory data format is a standard way that information is encoded for storage in computer memory. It specifies how bits are used to encode information and may be optimized for speed and storage.
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Subsurface Meetup August 2022 – Apache Arrow

The Subsurface community in August 2022 held a meetup with two talks on Apache Arrow.
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Subsurface Meetup: Why Apache Arrow Is the Industry Standard for Columnar Data Processing and Transport

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The Origins of Apache Arrow & Its Fit in Today’s Data Landscape

This blog post features the history behind Apache Arrow and how it addresses modern challenges in today’s data landscape.
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In-Memory Formats Apache Arrow Subsurface LIVE Sessions

Apache Arrow: Open Source Standard Becomes Enterprise Necessity

Learn how the Apache Arrow ecosystem has evolved over the last year to become the de facto standard for bridging data science.
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