________________________________________________________________AllegroGraph V4.0 Now Available!
AllegroGraph 4.0 Now Available!
Now with transactions, automatic indexing, and 100% concurrency for reads, the primary emphasis of version 4 development has been to bring AllegroGraph triple/quad store technology to the Enterprise. There are many other improvements as well. New features are listed on the AllegroGraph page, and new tutorials and other new documentation are listed on the learning center page. Download AllegroGraph 4.0 today!
AllegroGraph 4.0 Description
Franz will be giving 3 presentations at SemTech
- Enterprise Requirements for Graph Databases - Your Best NoSQL
Choices. 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday June 22nd.
- Exploring Schema Spaces in Linked Open Data. 5:45 PM - 6:15 PM, Wednesday June 23rd.
- Real-Time Semantic Web with Twitter Annotations. Presenting with
Joshua Shinavier, RPI - Tetherless World Constellation 10:15 AM -
10:45 AM, Thursday June 24th.
SemTech 2010, June 21 - 25, San Francisco, Free Exhibit Pass
SemTech 2010 is the world's largest, most authoritative conference on semantic technology for enterprise computing professionals. It covers every major technology and application area you'll need to know. Register through our invitation link to receive a $200 discount off full conference admission, or a free pass to the exhibits. The exhibit hours are Wednesday, June 23, 4:15pm - 7:30pm and Thursday, June 24, 9:45am - 3:30pm.
New book: Practical Semantic Web and Linked Data Applications,
Java, Clojure, Scala, and JRuby Edition
Written by Mark Watson, this new book is intended to be a practical
guide for using RDF data in information processing, linked data, and
semantic web applications using both the AllegroGraph 4.0 commercial
product and the Sesame open source project. Thanks Mark!
New Gruff release, version 1.6.8 works with AllegroGraph 4.0
Washington, DC Semantic Web Meetup, June 17
We will be conducting a tutorial: Combining Google News, Entity
Extraction, and Linked Data, where we will explore how to extract data entities from the latest breaking news, and use linked data to connect with related information.
IEEE 2010 Summer School on Semantic Computing, 7/25-31, Berkeley
Semantic Computing is a rapidly evolving research field that integrates representation, methods, and techniques from areas as diverse as multimedia, computational linguistics, semantic web, knowledge engineering, software engineering, with the goal of creating novel technologies and applications that connect intuitively formulated user intentions with the content and meaning of machine-represented data. The IEEE Summer School on Semantic Computing provides an introduction to this interdisciplinary field to senior undergraduate and graduate students. Franz will be conducting a tutorial and delivering a keynote talk.
Summer School on Semantic Computing
Recorded past Semantic Technologies Webinars
Also, you can visit the AllegroGraph Learning Center here: