SANSA – A scalable semantic analytics stack

SANSA is a big data processing engine for scalable processing of large-scale RDF data. SANSA uses Spark and Flink which offer fault-tolerant, highly available and scalable approaches to process massive sized datasets efficiently. SANSA provides the facilities for Semantic data representation, Querying, Inference, and Analytics. […]

Recently, I upgraded my macOS to Mojave and ran into the following error after running the git init command. xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun I was able to fix this by running the following command in a terminal… xcode-select –install Accept the license and install xcode-select when the associated […]

Inspired by Tim Urban’s TED talk, Inside the mind of a master procrastinator, as well as articles from his blog, Wait But Why,  I created an interactive Life Time Calendar using the D3.js JavaScript library. Tim’s calendar concept maps out ninety 90 years (left to right) and 52 weeks in a year (top-to-bottom) so that you can visualize […]

In this weekend side-hustle series, we’re building a Progressive Web App (PWA) for desktop and mobile that delivers WordPress content using Ionic, Angular, and the WordPress API. In Part 1, we got everything setup and working. In Part 2, we created a richer presentation of the WordPress Posts using Ionic cards. In Part 3, we implemented […]

In this weekend side-hustle series, we’re building a Progressive Web App (PWA) for desktop and mobile that delivers WordPress content using Ionic, Angular, and the WordPress API. In Part 1, we got everything setup and working. In Part 2, we created a richer presentation of the WordPress Posts using Ionic cards. In Part 3, we implemented […]

In this weekend side-hustle series, we’re building a Progressive Web App (PWA) for desktop and mobile that delivers WordPress content using Ionic, Angular, and the WordPress API. In Part 1, we got everything setup and working. In part 2, we created a richer presentation of the WordPress Posts using Ionic cards. Today, we’ll implement the single […]

In this weekend’s side-hustle series, we’re building a Progressive Web App (PWA) for desktop and mobile that delivers WordPress content using Ionic, Angular, and the WordPress API. In Part 1, we got everything setup and working. If you haven’t seen Part 1, I recommend that you start there. Today, for Part 2, we will convert the […]