Summary of the week ending Friday, 2020-09-11
The Magic of Being You!
Is that “You” know yourself better than anyone else ever would. Unfortunately, Web application and service developers continue to grapple with this fundamental reality en route to making us all much more vulnerable than imaginable. This post demonstrates that we can actually take control of our own identity.
30 years ago I not only started using a computer at home, I actually built a company virtually, comprising employees working from computers at home – building game-changing software for breaking down DataSilos.
OpenLink is still running a FREE license offer for its LOD Connectivity DataAccess Drivers/connectors for ODBC, JDBC, ADONET, OLEDB allowing you to connect your existing applications & services to the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph.
A single platform for interacting with StructuredData (Tables or #RDF Graphs) using a variety of protocols (HTTP, WebDAV, LDP, ODBC, JDBC, http://ADO.NET) and query language combos (SPARQL, SQL, SPASQL).
- FREE 90 day LOD Connectivity License for ODBC and JDBC apps to the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph.
- Exploit the powerful Enterprise Knowledge Graph technology provided by our Virtuoso Platform, by taking advantage of our current collection of Special Offers .
- Download Virtuoso for On-Premise installation and use
- OpenLink Virtuoso Pay-As-You-Go (PAGO) from the AWS Cloud
- Virtuoso ODBC and JDBC Drivers for accessing the Linked Open Data Knowledge Graph from existing ODBC-, JDBC-, ADO.NET, or OLE DB compliant Applications and Services
- Universal Data Access Drivers - High-performance data access drivers for ODBC, JDBC, ADONET and OLE DB entry level offers.
- Download Free Trial Editions of our Secure and High-Performance ODBC & JDBC Data Access Drivers (or Connectors) for Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase, Informix, Ingres, and 3rd Party ODBC or JDBC Data Sources
- OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) Browser Extension - find out more from the Chrome Browser Extensions Store!
- @datasniff reveals http://wine.com as yet another site making use of RDF-based metadata embedded in HTML5 docs.
Posts from Prior Weeks
- Weekly Summary 2020-09-04
- Weekly Summary 2020-08-28
- Weekly Summary 2020-08-21
- Weekly Summary 2020-08-14
- Weekly Summary 2020-08-07
- Weekly Summary 2020-07-31
- Weekly Summary 2020-07-24
- Weekly Summary 2020-07-17
- Weekly Summary 2020-07-10
- Weekly Summary 2020-07-03
- Archived listing of weekly summaries from January 2020 to June, 2020