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Book Review: Professional NoSQL, by Shashank Tiwari This provides an overview of several NoSQL databases, including examples on reading and writing data, as well as performance and transaction characteristics. It’s not especially in-depth, but that wasn’t my expectation. Unfortunately, though … Continue reading

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Book Review: Semantic Web for the Workling Ontologist – Effective Modeling in RDFS and OWL, by Dean Allemang and Jim Hendler I’ll be honest, I wasn’t attracted to this book by its title, but there aren’t all that many books … Continue reading

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To err is human, but to foul things up completely requires Apple

It’s a good thing Steve Jobs is dead, because otherwise I’d be tempted to pop round and finish him off myself. As I’ve been transferring to a new PC over the past couple of weeks, I’ve found (despite all information … Continue reading

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