Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

Semantic Web Job: Software Engineer

elevada logoElevada is looking for a software engineer. The job description states: “Elevada is a data management company seeking a skilled Software Engineer with 4+ years of professional development experience. This is an opportunity to get in early (employee number < 5) at a real company with a strong product vision + enterprise customers, real revenue, and a strong sales pipeline. Compensation will be a mix of cash and equity at the end of a trial contract. Below are parameters for the position. We will tailor responsibilities to suit the individual who best fits our culture and goals. Candidate responsibilities:

  • Web-based front-end development in Java+GWT, transitioning to a JavaScript framework in the future.
  • Develop/package/wrap JavaScript libraries for GWT integration via JSNI (and eventually into the new framework).
  • Server-side development using Java, Spring Framework, JPA, Hibernate.
  • Help maintain development and deployment infrastructure in Linux environments.”

Skills requirements include:

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SemTech 2009 – List of Attending Organziations

The official attendance count for SemTech 2009 was 1170 individuals, from the following organizations (note many organizations were represented by multiple attendees).

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An Ontology for Reasoning about Distributed Agent Capabilities


Executive Summary

A JCAF agent represents a network agent with capabilities specialized for defending the cyber-assets of an organization.  Agents may receive and execute instructions, either in isolation or in collaboration with other agents, Web applications, or people. We need to ensure that an agent can correctly execute payloads (scripts or programs) that they receive or retrieve. The potential incompatibility of agents and payloads motivates the need for a mechanism to describe and reason about agents, payloads, and other related assets.

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RELETON – The Universal Platform for Keyword and Unstructured Text Analysis

— YAKOV KAMEN, TONY GINZBOURG

The RELETON platform was developed in order to find deep relationships between keywords, and to automatically analyze web pages and other types of unstructured text documents.  The platform was originally released in January 2006 and as of today it utilizes results from analyzing over 1.1 billion web pages and over 90 billion actual user search queries.

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Semantic Technologies Really Do Pay Off

As the former Chief Information Officer of Europe’s largest internet bank, Egg plc, the decision to select semantic technologies to underpin the launch of my next large scale consumer business, Garlik (www.garlik.com), was not one I took lightly.

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