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January 31, 2010
17:43 What is the DBpedia Project? (Updated)
The recent Wikipedia imbroglio centered around DBpedia is the fundamental driver for this particul...
17:29 5 Game Changing Things about the OpenLink Virtuoso + AWS Cloud Combo
Here are 5 powerful benefits you can immediately derive from the combination of Virtuoso and Amazo...
under category: Virtual Database | SQL | Semantic Web
January 8, 2009
04:36 New ADO.NET 3.x Provider for Virtuoso Released (Update 2)
I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Virtuoso ADO.NET 3.5 data provider for Mi...
April 10, 2008
18:09 Linked Data enabling PHP Applications
Daniel lewis has penned a variation of post about Linked Data enabling PHP applications such as: Wo...
June 14, 2007
15:28 Enterprise 0.0, Linked Data, and Semantic Data Web
Last week we officially released Virtuoso 5.0.1 (in Commercial and Open Source Editions). The press ...
October 20, 2006
23:55 Birds of a Feather Flock Together - Mac OS X & Rails
A very cool video promo for Ruby on Rails and Mac OS X, or should I say: 37 Signals & Apple :-) ...
under category: Virtual Database | Data Access | SQL
June 26, 2006
21:41 DBMS Hosted Filesystems & WinFS
The return of WinFS back into SQL Server has re-ignited interest in the somewhat forgotten “DBMS ...
May 5, 2006
16:02 "Free" Databases: Express vs. Open-Source RDBMSs
Very detailed and insightful peek into the state of affairs re. database engines (Open & Close...
April 25, 2005
22:54 Oracle To Support .NET Runtime Hosting
Better late than never! Oracle has announced the commencement of a journey that we completed in 20...
with tags: sql_server | db2 | oracle | virtuoso | .net
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August 26, 2004
17:52 Is Google Web 2.0's Netscape?
I put this piece together in response to another stimulating post by Dare Obasanjo titled "Is G...
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