[information] My previous blog post discussed the use of Neo4J as a RDF triple store. Michael Hunger however informed me that the neo-rdf-sail component is no longer under active development and advised me to have a look at Tinkerpop’s Sail implementation. [/information] As mentioned in my previous blog post, I recently got asked to implement
[information] This blog post discusses the use of Neo4J as a RDF triple store. Michael Hunger however informed me that the neo-rdf-sail component is no longer under active development and advised me to have a look at Tinkerpop’s Sail implementation. Read the updated version of this article here. [/information] 1. Introduction Recently, I got asked
Yesterday evening the first BigData.be MeetUp was organized at the IBBT in Ghent. The intention of this meeting is to bring together Belgian Big Data and NoSQL enthusiasts. It’s an ideal opportunity to share thoughts and experiences with a mix of people, each having different backgrounds and levels of expertise with Big Data and NoSQL.
[information] This blog post is the first one in a series of articles that describe the use of NoSQL databases to efficiently store and retrieve mutation data. 1. Part one introduces the notion of mutation data and describes the conceptual use of the Cassandra NoSQL datastore. [/information] The only way to learn a new technology
Through this blog, we will try to keep you posted on our NoSQL escapades. Our goal is to provide you biweekly with a (technical) article that highlights a particular NoSQL aspect. Each technical article will be a self-contained piece of knowledge that can easily be digested and applied. Code samples will be made available through our github repository. Expect