/Uche Ogbuji

About Uche Ogbuji

Uche Ogbuji is a consultant and co-founder of Fourthought Inc., a software vendor and consultancy specializing in XML solutions for enterprise knowledge management. Fourthought develops 4Suite, an open source platform for XML, RDF, and knowledge-management applications. Mr. Ogbuji is also a lead developer of the Versa RDF query language. He is a computer engineer and writer born in Nigeria, living and working in Boulder, Colorado, USA. You can contact Mr. Ogbuji at uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com.

Thinking XML: State of the Art in XML Modeling

2010-05-26T11:19:15+00:00 May 16th, 2005|XML|

The running theme of the column has been semantic transparency: the ability to correctly interpret the contents of XML documents. Semantic transparency might be the most important aspect of XML modeling. This is first in a series of articles that review the many different approaches to semantic transparency and discuss what they mean to developers using XML.

Tip: Use Data Dictionary Links for XML and Web Services Schemata

2010-05-26T11:38:23+00:00 April 9th, 2005|XML|

When designing XML and Web services schemata you will often (and ideally) reuse data elements defined in pre-existing standards. When you do, it is extremely useful to include links to such standards, providing precise data dictionary references. In so doing, you make processing and maintenance easier to automate. This tip illustrates this practice.

Practical XML with Linux, Part 1

2010-05-26T17:15:29+00:00 August 22nd, 2003|Linux, XML|

n March, I wrote an article (see Resources later in this article) about the Extensible Markup Language and its affinity to Linux and the Linux way of doing things. Due to overwhelming reader feedback, we have decided to schedule a series of follow-up articles. In this article and others to follow, I'll take a closer look at some of the practical things you can do with XML.