When we help global brands deliver a new knowledge graph platform, we often offer comprehensive training courses during and after MVP delivery in order to help teams better understand the technologies involved.
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While our training does include fairly in-depth technical exercises for the data teams, many foundational areas are great for employees with less knowledge graph experience, helping them build a basic understanding of the fundamental principles.
We also like to make sure that the training we offer is totally tailored to the domain of the project we are working on. While using generic data during our courses can help, if it has little relevance to your own domain, it becomes very difficult to visualise the context and practical applications of the principles we are teaching. Building the course around the client's own domain allows us to provide specific examples that then resonate with the teams, leading to them gaining a greater understanding of the key principles of knowledge graph creation.
It’s also important to remember that the training we have been giving clients on knowledge graph management is just one way of doing it. Our training is bespoke to the patterns and solutions that we have put in place and therefore change and evolve with each new project and partner. Knowledge graphs are not a one-size-fits-all endeavour, each are specifically tailored to a company’s objectives and so the training must also follow that specificity. Our patterns have been developed over more than 10 years of delivering robust, pragmatic solutions to knowledge graph engineering.
Teams also learn about the SPARQL query language. A technical module aimed at developers that is again tailored entirely around your own domain, learning how to query your data starting from basic principles, and building up to a comprehensive understanding of complex query patterns.
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