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Semantic Web Jobs: ISS

ISS is looking for a Software Engineer in Colorado Springs, CO. According to the post, “This position is in ISS’ Advanced Technology Department which focuses on researching and developing state of the art, automated analytical capabilities for use in intelligence operations. These capabilities include automated pattern discovery and recognition, advanced data fusion, behavior and normalcy modeling, text analytics, knowledge management & extraction, and novel data visualizations for various government customers including IARPA, AFRL, and ONR. Primary tasks will include designing, implementing, integrating, and testing java based software components. This will include developing thin client user interfaces with HTML5 and javascript as well as server side components within a Spring based framework.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: ISS

ISS is looking for a Web Services/Infrastructure Developer in Colorado Springs, CO. The post states, “The focus of this work is on the development of back-end services infrastructure, including web services, to support the core technology baseline used across multiple programs at ISS. You will be expected to understand and integrate technologies including relational databases, graph databases and other non-relational data stores, data mining and machine learning algorithms, Semantic Web technology, and information retrieval (including text indexing and analytics), among other technologies. This position is in the corporate R&D group responsible for developing new concepts, prototypes, and defining product roadmaps within ISS.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Innovar Group

Innovar Group is searching for a Backend Web Developer for a contract position with one of their clients in Lakewood, CO. Basic qualifications for the position include the following: “LAMP. Linux (Basic linux administration, shell scripts, navigation, etc). Apache. Mysql (Or other SQL language). PHP (Or experience in multiple other similar languages, such as ASP, ColdFusion, Java or JSP). Semantic Web Experience (Can be inferred from experience with LOD, Linked Data, SPARQL, or RDF). Data Analysis or Conversion Skills.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Intelligent Software Solutions

Intelligent Software Solutions (ISS) is looking for a Web Services/Infrastructure Developer in Colorado Springs, CO. According to the post, “ISS provides cutting edge solutions development based on the latest advances in open software design and integration. The company is best known for not only understanding our customers’ needs, but also consistently exceeding their expectations. ISS develops sophisticated data visualization, event analysis, pattern detection, mission planning and mobile software using net-centric and enterprise architectures. With ISS, no job is too large or too small.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: EchoStar

EchoStar is looking for a Web Services Development Engineer in Boulder, CO. According to the description, “You will be responsible the technical design, specification creation, prototyping, debugging, and full lifecycle application development for web service tier within the Troppus Digital LifeSupport* Customer Service & Support Delivery Platform and associated application modules: DLS Service Operations Center (SOC) Agent Application, Client Application(s), Semantic Knowledge Management System (SKMS), Application Framework and User Interface Extensions across the SOC Agent, Semantic Knowledge Management System (SKMS) and Service & Support Delivery platform.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: RightNow & EchoStar

RightNow is looking for a Manager of Research and Natural Language Technology in Amsterdam: “you will manage a team of computer scientists and computational linguists responsible for : (1) research into emerging areas of Natural Language and the development of those ideas into final product; (2) development of our core Natural Language engine; (3) development of grammars, dictionaries and semantic hierarchies used by our Natural Language technologies; (4)working with RightNow’s customers to tune our Natural Language engine for optimal performance in their implementations. The field of computational linguistics lies at the intersection of linguistics and computer science. The ideal candidate will have a firm understanding of computational linguistics and computer science and experience managing each.” Read more

Gold Medal Line-up at The 2010 NBJ Summit

Boulder, Colorado, June 23, 2010 –The NBJ Summit (www.nbjsummit.com) announced it will play host to eight-time Olympic medalist Apolo Ohno at the 2010 NBJ Summit. The American short track speed skating competitor will give the closing keynote speech at the 2010 event on July 23rd. Apolo is the most decorated American Winter Olympic athlete of all time and one of only four Americans who have won three medals in a single Winter Olympic games. In addition, Ohno is a principal with 8 Zone, a dietary supplement company.

Friday’s line-up will also include a morning keynote address by Kevin Harrington, a pioneer in the direct response television industry and a panel discussion with experts from leading non-retail channels which account for over $22 billion of nutrition industry sales. The executive retreat occurs July 20-23 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort.

"I am especially proud of this year’s line-up of speakers and panelists" said Patrick Rea, Co-Chair of The NBJ Summit and Publisher of Nutrition Business Journal. "This year’s NBJ Summit will deliver on our theme – Investing Today to Ensure our Tomorrow – and offer our executive attendees an unparalled opportunity to network with industry leaders one-on-one."

To register, CEOs and leading executives are encouraged to go to www.nbjsummit.com/register immediately.  Less than 20 seats remain for attendees at The NBJ Summit.

Friday’s agenda will include the following sessions:

Opening Keynote: Kevin Harrington, CEO, TVGoods.com

Thriving Beyond the Shelf: Non-Retail Channel Strategies – Risks & Rewards
Speakers:

Joe Chang, President, Pharmanex
Kevin Harrington, CEO, TVGoods.com
Edward Hauck, President, Healthy Directions
Elizabeth Francis, CMO, Intelligent Beauty
Patrick Rea, Publisher and Editorial Director – Nutrition Business Journal
Closing Keynote: Apolo Ohno, American Winter Olympic Athlete & Eight-time Olympic Medalist

The full agenda, speaker list and speaker bios can be viewed at www.nbjsummit.com/agenda.

The NBJ Summit is produced by New Hope Natural Media, a division of Penton Media, and Nutrition Business Journal. New Hope Natural Media (www.newhope.com), a division of the Penton Media, Inc., is the leading media resource and information provider for the natural, organic and healthy products industry with print, in-person/event, and e-business products and services. Penton Media, Inc. is the largest independent business-to-business media company in the U.S., serving more than six million business professionals every month. The company's market-leading brands are focused on 30 industries and include 113 trade magazines, 145 Web sites, 150 industry trade shows and conferences, and more than 500 information data products. Headquartered in New York City, the privately held company is owned by MidOcean Partners and U.S. Equity Partners II, an investment fund sponsored by Wasserstein & Co., LP, and its co-investors. For additional information on the company and its businesses, visit www.penton.com.

Nutrition Business Journal (www.nutritionbusinessjournal.com) is an executive newsletter for decision-makers in the natural, nutrition and complementary & alternative health industries.  The singular focus of NBJ's research and editorial team to the strategic issues of the nutrition industry has made NBJ the leading business intelligence resource for subscribers since 1996.

Bringing Semantic Technologies to Enterprise Data

World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee declared the Semantic Web ‘open for business’ in 2008, celebrating the ratification of the SPARQL query specification by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C); the organisation of which he is Director. “I think we’ve got all the pieces to be able to go ahead and do pretty much everything,” he stated in an interview. “You should be able to implement a huge amount of the dream, we should be able to get huge benefits from interoperability using what we’ve got. So, people are realising it’s time to just go do it.”

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