Resource-Oriented Architectures : RDF/SPARQL

A session at Central Ohio Software Symposium

Saturday 9th June, 2012

9:00am to 10:30am (EST)

The fourth of a series of talks that are part of an arc covering next-generation information-oriented, flexible, scalable architectures. The ideas presented apply to both external and internal-facing systems.

The Web of Documents we are so familiar with is being extended with the technologies of the Semantic Web. Information will be freed from its containers and connected regardless of where it comes from. Building on the concepts of REST services and the Web Architecture, we will introduce the Resource Description Framework (RDF) as the basis of a new collection of tools for information sharing and integration. Once the information is woven together, we will want to query it and produce new information resources with technologies like the SPARQL query language.

People already familiar with REST and the Web (or who have attended the REST sessions) will be given both conceptual and technical examples of how and why these technologies are laying the foundation of future information systems.

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Time 9:00am10:30am EST

Date Sat 9th June 2012

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  • Resource-Oriented Architecture Patterns for Webs of Data
  • Beautiful Architecture

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