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  • Learning Linked Data: SPARQL

    One thing you realize pretty quickly is that it is very hard to work with Linked Data and just confine one’s explorations to a single site or data set. The links inevitably lead you on a pilgrimage from one data set to another and another. In the cas...

  • Now Playing: Finding a Common Language

    If you missed our recent webinar on Finding a Common Language you can now view the full recording.

  • WMS Web Services Install November 23

    The new date for the November WMS Web services install is this Sunday, November 23rd. This install will include changes to two of our WMS APIs.

  • Learning Linked Data: Some Handy Tools

    I’ve been working with Linked Data off and on for a while now but really the last year has been my deepest dive into it. Much of that dive involved writing a PHP library to interact with the

  • November Release Update

    Deployment of the latest software release was unsuccessful.  We have restored the software to its current release. We will let you know when another installation date is established.

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01 December 2014

Developer House

Sponsored by the OCLC Developer Network, Developer House is a place where library technologists can gather together for five days to share their perspectives and expertise as they hack on OCLC web services.

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