Bob DuCharme

Bob DuCharme

Charlottesville, Virginia

Biography

Bob DuCharme is a technical writer at CCRi, a machine learning and geospatial research firm in Charlottesville, Virginia. He's written five books and nearly one hundred online and print articles about information technology without using the word "functionality" in any of them. Earlier in his career he did development and data and systems architecture at Moody's Investors Service and LexisNexis. Bob received his BA in Religion from Columbia University and his Masters in Computer Science from New York University. His most recent book is O'Reilly's "Learning SPARQL."

Books

Learning SPARQL by Bob DuCharme Second Edition July 2013

Blog

Changing my blog's domain name and platform March 24 2019Read more
Changing my blog's domain name and platform March 24 2019Read more
curling SPARQL February 24 2019Read more
curling SPARQL February 24 2019Read more
Querying machine learning distributional semantics with SPARQL January 20 2019Read more
Querying machine learning distributional semantics with SPARQL January 20 2019Read more
Playing with wdtaxonomy December 23 2018Read more
Playing with wdtaxonomy December 23 2018Read more
Extracting RDF data models from Wikidata November 18 2018Read more
Extracting RDF data models from Wikidata November 18 2018Read more
SPARQL full-text Wikipedia searching and Wikidata subclass inferencing October 28 2018Read more
SPARQL full-text Wikipedia searching and Wikidata subclass inferencing October 28 2018Read more
Panic over "superhuman" AI September 23 2018Read more
Panic over "superhuman" AI September 23 2018Read more
Pipelining SPARQL queries in memory with the rdflib Python library August 27 2018Read more
Pipelining SPARQL queries in memory with the rdflib Python library August 27 2018Read more
Dividing and conquering SPARQL endpoint retrieval July 22 2018Read more
Dividing and conquering SPARQL endpoint retrieval July 22 2018Read more
Running and querying my own Wikibase instance June 17 2018Read more
Running and querying my own Wikibase instance June 17 2018Read more
RDF* and SPARQL* May 28 2018Read more
RDF* and SPARQL* May 28 2018Read more
Reification is a red herring April 22 2018Read more
Reification is a red herring April 22 2018Read more
Album "Gin & Heptatonic" by my band The Heptatonic Jazz Quintet March 25 2018Read more
Album "Gin & Heptatonic" by my band The Heptatonic Jazz Quintet March 25 2018Read more
Playing jazz bass February 25 2018Read more
Playing jazz bass February 25 2018Read more
JavaScript SPARQL January 28 2018Read more
JavaScript SPARQL January 28 2018Read more
SPARQL and Amazon Web Service's Neptune database December 31 2017Read more
SPARQL queries of Beatles recording sessions November 19 2017Read more
An HTML form trick to add some convenience to life October 29 2017Read more
Understanding activation functions better September 17 2017Read more
Validating RDF data with SHACL August 20 2017Read more
The W3C standard constraint language for RDF: SHACL July 30 2017Read more
Creating Wide CSV files with SPARQL June 25 2017Read more
Instead of writing SPARQL queries for Wikipedia--query for them! May 29 2017Read more
The Wikidata data model and your SPARQL queries April 23 2017Read more
Wikidata's excellent sample SPARQL queries March 26 2017Read more
Getting to know Wikidata February 26 2017Read more
Brand-name companies using SPARQL: the sparql.club January 22 2017Read more