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Semantic Web Jobs: Bank of America


Bank of America is looking for a Programmer, Reference Data Group in New York, NY. According to the post, “We are looking for an application developer to join our Reference Data Platform team within the Global Markets Reference Data program in New York. The team is responsible for development of a technology platform which provides Client Onboarding , and the Reference Data feed for Global Markets business. This is an exciting role focused on application development using some of the market leading technologies like Scala, Java , AJAX ,ExtJs etc. We use Agile methodology for all the development.
This is a highly development-centric role and you will be expected to deliver technical solutions by managing all phases of software development life cycle. You must be able to analyze business or technical requirements and design solutions to develop critical components of our Data Quality platform. You must be a good team player with strong communication skills.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Bank of America

Bank of America is looking for a Reference Data / Developer in New York, NY. According to the post this position is “Responsible for developing, enhancing, modifying and/or maintaining applications in the Global Markets environment. Software developers design, code, test, debug and document programs as well as support activities for the corporate systems architecture. Employees work closely with business partners in defining requirements for system applications. Employees are expected to have in-depth capital markets product knowledge, and manage a high level of risk. Employees typically have in-depth knowledge of development tools and languages. Is clearly recognized as a content expert by peers. Individual contributor role. Typically requires 5-7 years of applicable experience. This job code is only to be used for associates supporting Global Markets.” Read more

Financial Services Industry Sets Realistic Expectations for Data Challenges

Thinking about this past week’s Demystifying Financial Services Semantics conference in NYC, hosted by OMG and The EDM Council, and messages that kept coming across: Think about the business issues first, and be realistic in the way your particular organization can accommodate them – semantic technology may be a large, limited or perhaps even non-existent factor, depending on the challenge.

Some commentary on this point from the panelists:

  • Citi chief data officer Eric Chacon discussed the challenges of not having a single source of master data that exists for businesses that grow  through acquisitions, as well as any organization highly decentralized in nature. Read more

Who Attended SemTech 2009? A Partial List of Attending Organizations

The 2009 Semantic Technology Conference (SemTech) took place June 14-18, 2009 in San Jose, California. SemTech is produced by Semantic Universe and brings together the entire marketplace of semantic technology vendors, developers, researchers, start-ups, investors and customers. Here is a small sample of the hundreds of companies who signed up to attend:

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