When considering the differences of SPARQL and SQL, keep in mind that SPARQL is designed to query RDF data while SQL is designed to query relational data. As such, both languages and their respective advantages closely reflect the data models they work with.
As part of our simple explainer video series, we decided to tackle software frameworks. This might not seem like an area to create and find business value, but from a pragmatic standpoint a lot can be gained or lost depending on what frameworks are used.If your development team is reviewing frameworks to tackle a new project the business has a lot at stake. For instance, if a framework doesn’t work well with software already being used then the system won’t run as efficiently as it could. If a framework requires a lot of education before implementing then time and costs will stack before the project even gets off the ground.Take a look at the video below for some does and don’ts related to framework selection. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.