FIT Recruiting Solutions is looking for a Java Developer at its office in Dallas, TX. According to the post, “The Java Developer will work as part of a collaborative design and development team focused on the grant-funded Visual Understanding Environment II project (VUE) at Tufts University. The VUE project at Tufts Academic Technology is focused on creating flexible, visual tools for integrating digital resources into teaching, learning and research. The Java Developer will create and modify Java-based user interface and information visualization components and for VUE based on design specifications drafted by the project team’s lead designer. This position will play an active role implementing the application’s new look and feel and in visually presenting RDF-based data structures as part of VUE II’s enhanced functionality.” Read more
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Personally, I believe that the Semantic Web will become mainstream in the next few years (I actually have a bet on this with some college friends). I know that this is a strong statement, but I am confident that it will happen. Mainstream is defined in Wikipedia as “the common current of thought of the majority.” Furthermore it states that something is mainstream if it “is available to the general public” and it “has ties to corporate or commercial entities.” However, how do you evaluate if something is on the verge of becoming mainstream? I propose the following metric: inclusion at the South by South West (SXSW) Conference!
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:
The official attendance count for SemTech 2009 was 1170 individuals, from the following organizations (note many organizations were represented by multiple attendees).
Enterprise Architecture (EA) captures “what is happening” in the enterprise: how the enterprise’s activities, processes, capabilities, systems and components, information resources and technologies relate to the enterprise’s missions, goals and measurement system. The objective of EA is to be able to understand the relationships between these elements — analyze and continuously adjust them to align with business strategy, improve effectiveness and quality of service. This is an important goal critical in today’s enterprises where business functions are inseparable from the technologies supporting them. However, the implementation of EA typically falls very short of the goal.
Smarter Searches: Technology Merges Images, Data and Knowledge – University of Texas at Dallas (press release)
Smarter Searches: Technology Merges Images, Data and Knowledge
University of Texas at Dallas (press release), TX
The secret lies in merging evolving semantic Web technology with geospatial information systems. The semantic Web is a smarter Web in which online content will be machine-understandable, enabling computers to process the meaning of words and phrases …