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Dave Beckett

Dave Beckett. Free software/open source software developer and designer of HTTP web services, web APIs and applications for metadata, content storage and content management. Expert in web metadata, XML, RDF, Semantic Web technology and web standards..

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  • Tornado Web Server

    Upgrading from Tornado 1.x. Quick links. Hello, world. Installation. Discussion and support. Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web server and tools that power FriendFeed . The FriendFeed application is written using a web framework that looks a bit like or Goo... Read article

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  • Bristol University |

    Official university site with information on undergraduate and postgraduate courses, research, teaching, study and departments. Located in Bristol, in the South West of England. Read article

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    Jun 8st, 2015
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  • OEmbed

    OEmbed. Table Of Contents. 1. Quick Example. 2. Full Spec. 3. Security considerations. 4. Discovery. 5. More examples. 6. Authors. 7. Implementations. 2.1. Configuration. 2.2. Consumer Request. 2.3. Provider Response. 5.1. Video example. 5.2. Link example. 7.1. Providers. 7.2. Consumers. 7.3. Lib... Read article

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    Jun 15st, 2015
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  • RDF — Welcome to Rose Drive Friends Church

    Welcome to Rose Drive Friends Church Read article

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    Feb 17st, 2018
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  • The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network -

    Comprehensive Perl Archive Network. Welcome to CPAN. Search CPAN via. Recent Uploads. Getting Started. Perl Resources. 116,852 open source Perl modules ready to download and use. The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) currently has 116,852 Perl modules in 26,682 distributions, written by 1... Read article

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    The DARPA Agent Markup Language Homepage The DARPA Agent Markup Language ( DAML ) Program officially began in August 2000. The goal of the DAML effort is to develop a language and tools to facilitate the concept of the Semantic Web. Michael Pagels is the DARPA Program Manager for DAML. The DAML p... Read article

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    Jun 11st, 2015
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