Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of ImplementationBootcamp

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    1717In Python, you have [http://www.rdflib.net/ RDFlib]. And for Java [http://jena.sourceforge.net/ Jena] is your best option. The [http://www.perlrdf.org/ PerlRDF] site lists the options for Perl. 
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    19 ===  I have an analysis tool, how do I expose it as a semantic web resource? === 
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    21 MDW:  SADI please :-)   Luke gave the Java tutorial today, and I gave the Perl tutorial.  Edward Kawas from my lab has produced movies detailing how to create services in Perl for SADI, and I will be doing the voice-over for these movies and putting them up on YouTube in the next week.  I will add a link here.  We will do the same for the Java side once we have the extra-cool Java functionalities coded and ~stable.  In particular, Luke McCarthy and Paul Gordon have been working together at the Hackathon finding simple ways to put SADI Java services into the Google Cloud... so you might not even have to consume your own compute resources to achieve this! 
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    2319== Ontologizing == 
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    3531MDW:  I highly recommend that you "make friends" with someone who has a deep understanding of OWL, and the consequences of various OWL constructs, as you go through your learning experience.  While the existing tutorials are good for telling you what is possible, they aren't always entirely clear about the consequences of choosing one encoding method versus another... and this dramatically affects your ability to "reason over" your data!!  Unfortunately, there are few shortcuts - OWL is hard!   
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     33===  I have an analysis tool, how do I expose it as a semantic web resource? === 
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     35MDW:  SADI please :-)   Luke gave the Java tutorial today, and I gave the Perl tutorial.  Edward Kawas from my lab has produced movies detailing how to create services in Perl for SADI, and I will be doing the voice-over for these movies and putting them up on YouTube in the next week.  I will add a link here.  We will do the same for the Java side once we have the extra-cool Java functionalities coded and ~stable.  In particular, Luke McCarthy and Paul Gordon have been working together at the Hackathon finding simple ways to put SADI Java services into the Google Cloud... so you might not even have to consume your own compute resources to achieve this! 
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    3737===  When someone calls GET on my URLs, what should I return in order to be semantic webby? ===