Linked Data track at the ApacheCon Europe 2014
ApacheCon brings together the open source community to learn about and collaborate on the technologies and projects driving the future of open source, big data and cloud computing. Apache projects have and continue to be hugely influential in the innovation and development of software development across a plethora of categories from content, databases and servers, to big data, cloud, mobile and virtual machine.
The developers, programmers, committers and users driving this innovation and utilising these tools will meet in Budapest on November 17-19, for collaboration, education and community building.
In the last years Linked Data has become an important topic in the Apache Software Foundation, with projects such as Jena, Marmotta, Stanbol, Clerezza and Any23. Redlink supports the event by co-chairing a dedicated track about Linked Data. The track aims to be a place where all these projects can meet to explore synergies across the different projects and developers. It is also particularly interesting for us to connect with other data-intensive projects to discuss their approaches with Semantic Web technologies.
- Alessandro Benedetti will talk about Multi Language Content Discovery Through Entity Driven Search that Zaizi uses on Sensefy. Tuesday, November 18, 4:50pm – 5:40pm.
- Thomas Kurz will present how Manage Linked Media With Apache Marmotta. Wednesday, November 19, 10:40am – 11:30am.
- Rupert Westenthaler will introduce the Open Annotation Support For Apache Stanbol. Wednesday, November 19, 2:00pm – 2:50pm.
- Andy Seaborne (Apache Jena) and myself will be discussing the path Towards a Commons RDF Library. Wednesday, November 19, 4:00pm – 4:50pm.
Looking forward to meet you in Budapest this coming November!