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CLTV46: Toward Web Standards for NoSQL

Monday, March 15th, 2010

In this recording from “NoSQL Live Boston” Sandro Hawke talks about Web Standards in the NoSQL world.

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Sandro Hawke

Sandro Hawke is a Software Developer and Systems Architect at W3C and MIT’s Decentralized Information Group. He leads the W3C’s eGovernment activity and is staff contact for the RIF (rules), OWL (ontologies), and SPARQL (RDF Query) Working Groups. A member of the W3C Semantic Web technical staff since 2000, Sandro’s professional focus is on developing global-scale decentralized systems using ideas from both Web Architecture and Knowledge Representation. He occasionally blogs at