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Markus Lanthaler
Working on JSON-LD and Hydra to make Web APIs more fun
Working on JSON-LD and Hydra to make Web APIs more fun
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Are laptop stickers the tech equivalent of prison tattoos?
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Wohoo.. Finally someone spent a bit of time to implement this: “Querying DBpedia with #GraphQL — Cause getting your JSON-LD should be simple”
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Nice! Bing has confirmed support for JSON-LD, still building out the verification tools as part of the Webmaster Tools offering
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“Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight.”
— Bill Gates
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Even if you aren't into cartography this comparison of Google Maps & Apple Maps is well worth reading
Justin O’Beirne
Justin O’Beirne
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The State of #JavaScript Frameworks: Express is the overwhelmingly dominant solution for backend services, #React for frontend. In general, the future of the npm community lies in frontend development
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To Type or Not to Type: Quantifying Detectable Bugs in #JavaScript. According to this interesting paper, both #Flow 0.30 and #TypeScript 2.0 successfully detect 15% of public bugs http://bit.ly/2jGLccK (PDF)
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Big news in #LinkedData land: Amazon just announced Neptune, a fully managed #graph database service supporting Apache TinkerPop's Gremlin and SPARQL. Great alternative to #GraphQL
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Good morning ODBASE2017. Looking forward to my keynote in half an hour about Pragmatic Semantics at Web Scale

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