Monthly Archives: August 2015


Graph storage systems can be pretty hard to grok. Especially if you are, like me, used to relational database systems. Recently I had the opportunity to examine a suite of technologies related to graph storage and I felt the need to archive what I discovered here. My journey begins with […]

Old school graph storage with RDF


Mike is a professor at a reputable university. He teaches advanced machine learning and robotics, he’s finishing up his PhD in computer science, and he always has a new gadget he’s playing with. David is a software entrepreneur. He has sold a software company or two for modest profit and […]

Of Mikes and Davids