Jena, SPARQL and TDB - RDF at scale, A Conversation With Andy Seaborne

From: Marco N.
Sent on: Saturday, September 11, 2010 9:10 AM
On 28. August 2010 the Jena project celebrated its 10th year of
providing us with a Semantic Web Framework, Jena now is probably one
of the most popular Java RDF APIs in the community. It started as an
idea by a developer at HPLabs in Bristol and Andy mentioned Brian
McBride's email (
http://lists.w3.o...­
) as the official starting point for the project.

The email reminder was a good incentive for me to finally publish our
conversation with Andy Seaborne at the Lotico Semantic Web event
"Jena, SPARQL and TDB - RDF at scale" in San Francisco on June 24,
2010.

So here it is:

http://www.vimeo....­

Please be advised that this is an intermediate technical conversation
and that this a technology specific topic. It's not meant as an
introduction to the Semantic Web or as an exhaustive review of Jena.

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conversation of the group in addition to attending our local events
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Enjoy,
Marco

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Marco Neumann
KONA
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