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  1. Why Service Architectures Should Focus on Workflows

    31 March 2014 by Ian Davis

    Since this week saw the 15th anniversary of this blog I thought I’d celebrate by actually writing a post, and …
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  2. 5 Weeks of Go

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    23 May 2012 by Ian Davis

    I promised a few people that I’d write up my impressions of Go after spending 5 or so weeks learning …
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  3. Sketch of a Reformulation of RDF

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    26 November 2011 by Ian Davis

    I’ve been mulling over this alternate way of thinking about RDF, one that is resource-oriented rather than triple-oriented. This is …
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  4. The Real Challenge for RDF is Yet to Come

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    18 August 2011 by Ian Davis

    One often overlooked advantage that RDF offers is its deceptively simple data model. This data model trivializes merging of data …
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  5. In Search of Ambiguity

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    7 July 2011 by Ian Davis

    This is inspired by Jeni’s recent blog post What do URIs mean anyway? where she writes: The imperfection of the …
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  6. Big Ben

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    7 July 2011 by Ian Davis

    Ambiguous references happen in the real world all the time. For example, the name Big Ben is used to refer to the …
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  7. Usability of JSON Serializations of RDF

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    6 April 2011 by Ian Davis

    Thomas Steiner produced a wiki page showing how various RDF + JSON proposals serialized a particular RDF graph as part …
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