Why Graph Will Win

I recently published a warts-and-all 4 part introduction (covering RDF, Property Graphs, Graph Schemas and Linked Data). You would be forgiven for concluding that I am not a fan of Graph databases or RDF. One reader on Twitter even accused me of “shitting on RDF”(!).

It’s important to be frank about the problems of graphs and RDF and not just whistle the marketing tune because as soon as the technology is out there in the hands of developers, they will find the problems and will be inclined to reject the technology as pure hype if all they have heard are songs of breathless wonder. In the last…




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Computer Scientist, Cliodynamicist and all round Data Obsessive - CEO of Data Chemist Ltd - www.datachemist.com

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