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Announcing Trino Summit

23 Sep 2021 | Brian Olsen

Greetings Trino nation,

Get ready for this year’s virtual Trino Summit event! This year’s summit feels a little different as the name of the event has changed from Presto to Trino. So this will be the first event of the project hosted under the new banner of Trino.


Trino On Ice II: In-Place Table Evolution and Cloud Compatibility with Iceberg

12 Jul 2021 | Brian Olsen

Originally published on the Starburst blog. Welcome back to this blog post series discussing the awesome features of Apache Iceberg. The first post covered how Iceberg is a table format...

Row pattern recognition with MATCH_RECOGNIZE

19 May 2021 | Kasia Findeisen (kasiafi)

The MATCH_RECOGNIZE syntax was introduced in the latest SQL specification of 2016. It is a super powerful tool for analyzing trends in your data. We are proud to announce that...

Trino On Ice I: A Gentle Introduction To Iceberg

03 May 2021 | Brian Olsen

Originally published on the Starburst engineering blog. Back in the Gentle introduction to the Hive connector blog post, I discussed a commonly misunderstood architecture and uses of the Trino Hive...

Trino: The Definitive Guide

21 Apr 2021 | Matt Fuller, Manfred Moser and Martin Traverso

Just over a year ago we announced the availability of the first book about Trino - our definitive guide. Back then the project was still called Presto, and the rename...

Trino at Writing Day

14 Apr 2021 | Rose Williams (she/her)

First time Trino blogger, long time lurker on the Trino slack. My name is Rose Williams and I’m an open source docs enthusiast! I’ve had the pleasure of contributing to...

Introducing new window features

10 Mar 2021 | Kasia Findeisen (kasiafi)

In Trino, we are thrilled to get feedback and feature requests from our fantastic community, and we’re tirelessly motivated to meet the expectations! The SQL specification is another source of...

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