Stories from the Trenches: Deploying Semantic Web apps on a public consumer site

  • November 3, 2010 · 6:15 PM
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In this session we will explore and discuss developer experience with Semantic Web technologies for public facing, large scale production sites and potential pitfalls you need to be aware of to successfully deploy these kind of services in contemporary IT infrastructure. Learn to differentiate between the Semantic Web as vision for the next evolution of the Web and the use of Semantic Web technologies to build enterprise applications and consumer facing web services.

For this session John Clarke Mills, former Senior Software Engineer at Radar Networks, will join us and lead the conversation and talk about his experience as a developer on Twine a social web service for information storage, authoring and discovery that discontinued its public service earlier this year.

Needless to say that I think twine, despite it's discontinuation as a public web service, had some very attractive ideas for combing Semantic Web concepts for online social networking with content management services.

We would like to thank CBS Interactive for hosting!

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    A former member

    Interesting to hear real-world examples. Speaker and the host were great (along with the level of expertise that attended the meeting); lot of information was shared

    November 4, 2010

  • Roger S.

    I really enjoyed last night's meeting on the challenges of deploying a Semantic Web app. While it's useful to have abstract, concept oriented SW discussions, focusing on real-world, hands-on development and deployment issues is especially useful for a SW novice like myself.

    November 4, 2010

  • John W.

    could have been better if some of the fundamentals of Sem Web were covered before the 'case study' slides and discussion

    November 4, 2010

  • Marco N.

    this was fun!

    November 3, 2010

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