Interesting data isn't a polite little list of scalar types. Sometimes you have more complex structures and things like nesting. We'll see how KSQL supports that today as Tim Berglund discusses nested data in KSQL with Hojjat Jafarpour, a software engineer on the KSQL team at Confluent.
For more, you can check out ksqlDB, the successor to KSQL.
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