Linked Data

Book review by Deane Barker tags: programming

This is a comprehensive and primer review of RDF. I don’t know if “linked data” is a specific term, but in this book, it’s RDF, and not just “casual” RDF. It’s not just embedded metadata – this is a hardcore look at creating what are essentially distributed databases based on RDF data. Not for the faint of heart, and not something you’re going to retain unless you’re following along and working through the materials.

Book Info

David Wood
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