SPARQL By Example Webcast: Tuesday, December 16
I’ll be presenting an introduction to SPARQL Webcast this coming Tuesday at 1pm EST. The Webcast is the 4th in a free series hosted by the fine folks at Semantic Universe. In this one hour session, I’ll be using real queries that work against real data on the Web to teach the nuts and bolts of SPARQL, the Semantic Web query language. I’ve given this particular tutorial a few times before, and it’s a fun one to give—and I’ve gotten positive feedback in the past. Semantic Universe archives the sessions online, as well, so if you can’t make it on Tuesday, please check back later.
What: SPARQL By Example Webcast
When: Tuesday, December 16, 2008, at 1pm EST
Who: Anyone interested in an introduction to SPARQL driven completely by real examples
How: Register and then attend via Webcast