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Trino Summit 2022 will be legendary

22 Sep 2022 | Brian Olsen, Dain Sundstrom

Commander Bun Bun is back and this year we have an exciting lineup of speakers. Topics range from architectures like data mesh and data lakehouse, to running Trino at scale with fault-tolerant execution, and query federation. This conference is free and takes place on November 10th. The summit is a hybrid event for in-person and virtual attendance. Find out more details below!

Trino charms Python

20 Sep 2022 | Manfred Moser, Brian Zhan, Dain Sundstrom

Wow, have we ever come a long way with Python support for Trino. It feels like ages ago that we talked about DB-API, trino-python-client, SQLAlchemy, Apache Superset, and more in Trino Community Broadcast episode 12. More recently we talked about dbt in episode 21 and episode 30, but there is so much more for Pythonistas, Pythonians, Python programmers, and simply users of Python-powered tools.

Trino's tenth birthday celebration recap

12 Sep 2022 | Brian Olsen

What an exciting month we had in August! August marked the ten-year birthday of the Trino project. Don’t worry if you missed all the excitment as we’ve condensed it all in this post.


Make your Trino data pipelines production ready with Great Expectations

24 Aug 2022 | Brian Olsen, Brian Zhan

An important aspect of a good data pipeline is ensuring data quality. You need to verify that the data is what you’re expecting it to be at any given state....

Happy tenth birthday Trino!

08 Aug 2022 | Brian Olsen, Martin Traverso, Dain Sundstrom, David Phillips, Eric Hwang

It’s inspiring and mindblowing to reflect on the ten year journey that has produced the community around Trino. Trino is the community-driven fork from Presto, the distributed big data SQL...

A decade of query engine innovation

04 Aug 2022 | Manfred Moser, Martin Traverso, Dain Sundstrom, David Phillips

It’s amazing how far we have come! Our massively-parallel processing SQL query engine, Trino, has really grown up. We have moved beyond just querying object stores using Hive, beyond just...

Why leaving Facebook/Meta was the best thing we could do for the Trino Community

02 Aug 2022 | Martin Traverso, Dain Sundstrom, and David Phillips

It might surprise some that our departure from Facebook was one of the simplest decisions we’ve ever made. Many posts that discuss leaving a FAANG company focus on leaving some...

Diving into polymorphic table functions with Trino

22 Jul 2022 | Kasia Findeisen, Brian Olsen, and Cole Bowden

In the Trino community, we know that being the coolest query engine is a tough job. We boldly face the intricacies of the SQL standard to bring you the newest...

Trino updates to Java 17

14 Jul 2022 | Cole Bowden

You’ve already read the title, and it’s exciting news - as of Trino version 390, which releases today, Trino has officially been updated from Java 11 to Java 17. This...

How to use Airflow with Trino

13 Jul 2022 | Willie Valdez

The recent addition of the fault-tolerant execution architecture, delivered to Trino by Project Tardigrade, makes the use of Trino for running your ETL workloads an even more compelling alternative than...

Announcing the 2022 Trino Summit

30 Jun 2022 | Cole Bowden

We are pleased to announce the upcoming 2022 Trino Summit. The summit is scheduled as hybrid event on the 10th of November 2022, and attendance is free! You will be...

Using Trino as a batch processing engine

24 Jun 2022 | Cole Bowden

This past week, Andrii Rosa hosted a virtual Trino meetup on the topic of using Trino as a batch processing engine. You can view the talk from the meetup embedded...

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