The Apache Arrow community is pleased to announce the 12th release of the 
Apache Arrow ADBC libraries. It includes 56 resolved GitHub issues ([1]). 
Individual components are versioned separately: some packages are on version 
0.12.0 and others are now version 1.0.0, with the release as a whole on version 

The release is available now from [2] and [3].

Release notes are available at:

What is Apache Arrow?
Apache Arrow is a columnar in-memory analytics layer designed to accelerate big 
data. It houses a set of canonical in-memory representations of flat and 
hierarchical data along with multiple language-bindings for structure 
manipulation. It also provides low-overhead streaming and batch messaging, 
zero-copy interprocess communication (IPC), and vectorized in-memory analytics 
libraries. Languages currently supported include C, C++, C#, Go, Java, 
JavaScript, Julia, MATLAB, Python, R, Ruby, and Rust.

What is Apache Arrow ADBC?
ADBC is a database access abstraction for Arrow-based applications. It provides 
a cross-language API for working with databases while using Arrow data, 
providing an alternative to APIs like JDBC and ODBC for analytical 
applications. For more, see [4].

Please report any feedback to the mailing lists ([5], [6]).

The Apache Arrow Community


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