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Web-Oriented Data

Host: Kim Dalsgaard Rasmussen

More and more data is being made web-accessible, and as this happens entirely new problems and solutions see the light of day - going far beyond the traditional view that all data should go into a relational database and be accessed using SQL. Suddenly the focus changes to how to handle graphs of data, how data can be made available and how to link to data stored elsewhere.

In this space, a wide range of technologies and ways of thinking about data is gaining momentum, including HTTP/REST-access to data, AtomPub feeds, graph databases, and RDF / Semantic Web technologies.

In this track, you will get a sample of concrete technologies in this field that are useful today; web-oriented data frameworks, projects or products that you can go home and use tomorrow.