Technical Book Development/Learning Resources

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This section lists some of the learning resources which software practioners (and others) use in their acquisition of new knowledge.

Each is illustrated with a link to a resource in the area of the Semantic Web

Key organisations[edit | edit source]

Social book marks[edit | edit source]

Delicious


Blogs[edit | edit source]

Blog aggregators


Individual blogs


Standards Documents written papers[edit | edit source]

  • overview
  • reference
  • use cases

Seminal Papers[edit | edit source]

Worked Examples[edit | edit source]

  • [1] shows the conversion of a standard database example to RDF and SPARQL


Conferences[edit | edit source]

Bar camps[edit | edit source]

Conference Presentations[edit | edit source]

Learning Communities[edit | edit source]

Courses[edit | edit source]

Computer-based training[edit | edit source]

University on-line courses[edit | edit source]

Search Engines[edit | edit source]

Encyclopedias[edit | edit source]

Wikibooks[edit | edit source]

Notable Examples[edit | edit source]

E-Books[edit | edit source]

Peer-to-peer learning[edit | edit source]

Study groups[edit | edit source]

Personal Experimentation[edit | edit source]

Special interest groups[edit | edit source]

IRC[edit | edit source]

Projects[edit | edit source]

Working Groups[edit | edit source]

Mailing Lists[edit | edit source]

Software[edit | edit source]

Tutorials[edit | edit source]

Quizes[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

Podcasts[edit | edit source]

Friends[edit | edit source]

Wikis[edit | edit source]

Published Books[edit | edit source]

Reference books[edit | edit source]

Academic Journals[edit | edit source]

Academic Courses[edit | edit source]

Link pages[edit | edit source]