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[ANN] Submit questions or problems for Linked Data Workshop, win free admission if the experts choose your submission

Are you applying semantic technologies for web or enterprise applications? Do 
you have a problem or question related to linked data, RDF, SPARQL, or semantic 
technologies? We're asking developers to submit their question or problems to 
the experts who'll be teaching a hands-on workshop at LinkedData Planet 2008. 
The workshop instructors will review the list of submissions and select those 
they will present in New York -- with solutions.

The Linked Data Workshop runs on June 17 at the conference venue (Roosevelt 
Hotel, New York City). The workshop moderator is Bob DuCharme, Solutions 
Architect, Author and Conference Chair (Innodata Isogen). The instructors 

- Dr. Melliyal Annamalai, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
- Michael Bergman, CEO, Zitgist LLC
- Stefanos Damianakis, President & CEO, Netrics
- Uche Ogbuji, Partner, Zepheira
- Nikita Ogievetsky, Vice President, Morgan Stanley
- Walter Perry, Managing Director, Fiduciary Automation
- Dr. Andy Seaborne, Research Scientist, Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories

To submit a question or problem description for their workshop, browse to the 
page below and click on the link to send your submission to Bob DuCharme:


If the experts choose your question or problem to present during their workshop, 
you'll receive:

- an expert solution by e-mail
- a complimentary full admission to the LinkedData Planet conference of your 
choice (New York in June or Santa Clara on October).

======== Ken North ===========


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