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Free 'SPARQL by Example' Webcast next week

From: Eric Franzon <ericaxel@wilshireconferences.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 14:30:57 -0800
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Hi All,


I wanted to let you know that the Semantic Universe Free Webcast 

Series Continues next week with "SPARQL by Example":


Semantic Universe, the organization behind SemTech: the Semantic

Technology Conference(www.semantic-conference.com), is pleased to

announce the latest installment in its series of free webcasts.

This webcast series covers foundational topics of semantic 

technologies. For the next installment, we are pleased to welcome

Lee Feigenbaum of Cambridge Semantics to talk to us about

SPARQL (SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language).  Lee will use 

'real-world' examples to demonstrate the ease and power of this 

important piece of Semantic Web technology. 


    SPARQL by Example

    Lee Feigenbaum, Cambridge Semantics

    Tuesday, December 16, 2008

    10:00-11:00am (Pacific Time)



Registration is limited, and the previous webcasts have had an

overwhelming response, so to take part in this exciting live

event, be sure to sign up soon! 



The webcasts in this series are recorded and made available for

download following each broadcast. 



See you online! 




Eric A. Franzon

Semantic Universe

300 Corporate Pointe, Suite 515

Culver City, CA 90230




P.S. Webcast sponsorships are available. Contact me at 

ericaxel@semanticuniverse.com for details.

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