A data visualization and analytics component, especially well-suited for large and/or streaming datasets.
Man the a16z marketing machine is working hard unfortunately at cost of quality.
For those interested in FS and open source today, especially with a capital markets lens check out:
Lots of great projects, one I used recently and a favourite was this:
Accounting Software with GRPC endpoints and SQL Backends
This has also been my opinion for the accounting industry. Just like c compilers before gcc were proprietary and poor performing the accounting software that exists has many limitations. That means there is a huge opportunity for an open source system to blow them out of the water.
Ive been building one myself but i know there are many more coming for this industry :)
OPS - Build and Run Open Source Unikernels. Quickly and easily build and deploy open source unikernels in tens of seconds. Deploy in any language to any cloud.
The practical relational programing language for data-oriented applications
I relate to this. Is not just a lot of vendors, is that the kind of software stack that is optimal for MOST enterprises/companies get out of fashion in the dev community and is replaced with a lot of moving gears. This is how many devs think JS/html are good for UIs or NoSql + micro-services are ok.
What is this stack? A single, strong, RDBMS and a lang/environment like FoxPro/dBase and equivalents. For reasons, this stack was killed (intentionally?) by their own owners and replaced by a lot of moving parts.
That is why for deploy something you need dozen of things!
I think the time is ripped for a return to this kind of stack. I'm betting a little on it at http://tablam.org, if wanna check a small part of the puzzle.
Perspective 1.0.0, an open source BI tool built on WebAssembly
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Perspective, a DataVis tool powered by WASM
Perspective - interactive visualization component for large, real-time datasets.
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