Jeffrey Benton jeffreyrbenton at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 6 12:42:04 PST 2013

That was Kristian.  He works with me at Algebraix Data.  We use RDF::Trine to parse a turtle file (ttl) which has test specification data.  We are looking to move more of our testing infrastructure over to rdf and then query the data out of the database that we are building.  Our product is a sparql endpoint like the one mentioned at the bottom of the article.

-- Jeff

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On Friday, December 6, 2013 9:29 AM, Jack Lupton <jacklupton at gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Everyone,

   The presenter at the last meeting, Jeff, had a coworker with him who is here from San Diego. I can't remember his name. Maybe Richard. Must take better notes. Anyway, he briefly spoke on SPARQL and RDF. I did make a note on that for further investigation. Lo and behold, this article from the Perl Advent Calendar came to my attention via this week's Perl Weekly article on the Semantic Web. 


If anyone is using this at work, or has in depth use cases, it would make for an interesting topic for a meeting or maybe a lightning talk.


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