Web 3.0 at JavaOne and Jazoon

JavaOne will finally present a session on the Semantic Web. This is an opportunity to speak to some of the millions of Java programmers, who in my opinion will find it a lot easier to understand this than xml people have. RDF is a graph of resources and Java a graph of objects. Java developers are confident with UML diagrams and abstractions. The tools are there. It's just a matter of seeing what can be done.

Tim Boudreau helped get me enthusiastic about presenting something at JavaOne, and so we will be presenting together a session currently entitled Web 3.0: this is the Semantic Web. I only have two more weeks to prepare the slides for JavaOne, which won't be enough to get all the demos I would like to do ready. Luckily the Birds of a Feather session, which this will be part of, has a lot more flexible timetable I am told, and some changes may be possible even quite late.

I will be giving the same talk, probably improved by then, at Jazoon a month later.

So there is a lot of work on the table, and I should probably seriously reduce my blogging contributions if I am going to get all this done!

Comments:

Good luck Henry, the title and subject sounds excellent. We definitely need to create more bridges between Java and the Semantic Web. Let's move towards the Web 3.0!

Posted by Jerome Louvel on March 02, 2007 at 02:02 AM CET #

Go go Henry, it will rock!

Posted by Jiri Kopsa on March 15, 2007 at 11:42 PM CET #

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