We like to keep current with what users, developers, and other organizations desire. To that end, in addition to providing training, we frequently participate in conferences, seminars, unconferences, barcamps, hackdays, and other open events.
You can also register to attend one of the many open events being run by OpenLink Software, please see the Events Calendar to the right
Cooperation and Collaboration are crucial in the Computer Sciences, and particularly the Web and Database communities. Socially-oriented events foster such interaction, taking many forms:
We are happy to receive proposals or ideas for Unconferences, Barcamps, Hackdays, or UG or IG Meetups. We may be able to help with organization, funding, and/or providing speakers or other content.
Events we've been involved with in the past include:
Please do contact us if you have any suggestions. We would be delighted to hear from you!
|Date||30th April 2013|
|Title||LOD2 Webinar: Virtuoso 7 Column Store|
This webinar in the course of the LOD2 webinar series will present Virtuoso Column Store, Adaptive Techniques for RDF Graph Databases. In this webinar we shall discuss the application of column store techniques to both graph (RDF) and relational data for mixed work-loads ranging from lookup to analytics.More...
|Date||To be decided ...|
|Title||Linked Data - A Commercial Perspective for Technologists|
Today's companies have grown to have many disconnected and heterogeneous data silos within the organization. These silos perennially impede all pursuit of enterprise agility.More...
All Technical Directors/Managers, CTOs, Senior and Junior Developers/Programmers, Software Designers, Web Developers, Information Architects, Knowledge Engineers, Knowledge Managers, and anyone with some background in Web/Software Technologies.
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