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Re: Programmer required: Trip planning on the Semantic Web, with ruby

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@danbri.org>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 11:44:56 +0100
Message-ID: <47FF4128.5050700@danbri.org>
To: john.breslin@deri.org
CC: public-rdf-ruby@w3.org

John Breslin wrote:
>
> With nearly 130 people working on “enabling networked knowledge”, DERI 
> is the largest Semantic Web research institute in the world. You will 
> be working in a multi-cultural environment based in Galway, the most 
> fun and dynamic city in Ireland.
(if not the world! (*))
> We are looking for an experienced Ruby developer to join the TripPlanr 
> project team. TripPlanr is a project from DERI (at the National 
> University of Ireland, Galway) built in collaboration with Tourist 
> Republic, a newly-funded startup based in Limerick. TripPlanr is the 
> semantic killer app we believe people are waiting for.
>
> • You are: an expert in Ruby on Rails and web architecture.
>
> • You will own: backend coding and databases.
>
> • You love: learning, hacking, building, breaking, fixing, TESTING, 
> and helping.
(...and contributing to public-rdf-ruby? and shared APIs? :)

Sounds like a cool project. Whatever happens, do keep the list posted 
with progress...

cheers,

Dan



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