Breaking into q/kdb+

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  • kdb

    Companion files to kdb+ and q

    I am an experienced developer with 10+ years in various other languages (c++/python/ some scala). I am interested in getting into q/kdb+ after a recommendation from a friend in the industry. Does anyone out there have any suggestions on how to break into the industry Ive done the courses on https://code.kx.com/ and read a few suggested books but cant find any officially recognised certs I could get, and practical experience is limited ! Im not sure even id hire myself into such a role

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