Planet TinkerPop [+ 2 New Graph Journals]

Planet TinkerPop

From the webpage:

Planet TinkerPop is a vendor-agnostic, community-driven site aimed at advancing graph technology in general and Apache TinkerPop™ in particular. Graph technology is used to manage, query, and analyze complex information topologies composed of numerous heterogenous relationships and is currently benefiting companies such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook. For all companies to ultimately adopt graph technology, vendor-agnostic graph standards and graph knowledge must be promulgated. For the former, TinkerPop serves as an Apache Software Foundation governed community that develops a standard graph data model (the property graph) and query language (Gremlin). Apache TinkerPop is a widely supported graph computing framework that has been adopted by leading graph system vendors and interfaced with by numerous graph-based applications across various industries. For educating the public on graphs, Planet TinkerPop’s Technology journal publishes articles about TinkerPop-related graph research and development. The Use Cases journal promotes articles on the industrial use of graphs and TinkerPop. The articles are contributed by members of the Apache TinkerPop community and additional contributions are welcomed and strongly encouraged. We hope you enjoy your time learning about graphs here at Planet TinkerPop.

If you are reading about Planet TinkerPop I can skip the usual “graphs are…” introductory comments. 😉

Planet TinkerPop is a welcome addition to the online resources on graphs in general and TinkerPop in particular.

So they aren’t buried in the prose, let me highlight two new journals at Planet TinkerPop:

TinkerPop Technology journal  publishes articles about TinkerPop-related graph research and development.

TinkerPop Use Cases journal  promotes articles on the industrial use of graphs and TinkerPop.

Both are awaiting your contributions!

Enjoy!

PS: I prepended “TinkerPop” to the journal names and suggest an ISSN (http://loc.gov/issn/form/ would be appropriate for both journals.

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