Java and the Semantic Web

Duration: 180 mins
Brian Sletten
Forward Leaning Software Engineer

Java has always been one of the languages and runtimes with the best support for Semantic Web standards. There have been some updates in the last several years, however, that create a bunch of new opportunities for bringing these technologies into your Java applications. We will introduce you to the standards, but also highlight some of the open source and commercial software that will breath new capabilities for flexible data integration, inferencing and the ability to evolve over time.

We will cover:

  • Resource Description Framework (RDF) and RDFS
  • Web Ontology Language (OWL)
  • Linked Data

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