Monthly Archives: September 2014

Schemaless schemas

Schemas are good because you kind of know what to expect with a schema. They’re also what you probably meet 99% of the time. Schemalessness is great because it allows you to slough off the problematic schema-being-too-rigid thing. Of course,

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Ultimate guide to RDA (Resource Description and Access)

Please, please, please don’t. It makes for horrible data*.   * Rather record data as the data types they are (years as years, people as entities of type people, etc). Look at RDF.

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