Session: Why we need another time serial database?
Currently most time serial databases have 2 restrictions. First one is that they are coupled with Clojure's ecosystem, and second is that they do not serve general purpose requirements, like Prometheus. So WooriDB's objectives are to create a database that can be adapted to any ecosystem, supports generals purpose usage, some relational algebra and has time serial support for its entities. One great usage of a time serial database is in the financial system as it usually required to map users' information in the past and as time ranges, as well as detecting frauds. In this case time serial may mean that NO DATA IS LOST.
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Bio: Julia Naomi Boeira
I am a senior specialist engineer that for the last 4 years has been a self proclaimed Rust evangelist. During this time I have focused on developing tools that help Rust developers to integrate with unfriendly Rust ecosystems like my libs edn-rs and transistor and helping teams improve their performance by exploring Rust foreign function interface like lib Brcode.