This past week, in my graduate class we discussed “system integration and agreement at the semantics level”. My class is about “web services”, a subject which I have been covering in a variety of ways in the past two three years.
In one offering, I covered the languages and the technologies in great detail.
Today was (a) the third Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities and (b) the second Smart-Condo Think Tank! So I got to participate to the latter and blog about my participation in the context of the former. I managed only two entries:
This afternoon I attended Maria Klawe’s keynote for the UoA’s Festival of Teaching 2011 (https://provost.sitecore.ualberta.ca/en/FestivalofTeaching2011.aspx), on “Teaching Trials and Triumphs”. How interesting an accident to have this inspiring female role model here on the eve of the International Women’s Day!
The message of her keynote was simple: there are four important ingredients in becoming [...]
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