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Pillar developers' programming and content management training module

Course content description

20-21 June, 2006

BRICKS Programming (Framework, services, authentication, authorization etc.)
Installation and configuration (BNode software, platforms, topology)
Customize BNode software for specific requirements.

Content management in "Hello Bricks" - Service and Client

Import of schemas modelled in OWL

Metadata management in "Hello Bricks" - Service and Client

Searching for information in "Hello Bricks" - Service and Client
Feedback from the developers

End of Tutorial

Content: The module intends to give the pillar developers the ability to understand the BRICKS architecture, the programming of new BRICKS services based on fundamental, core and basic bricks, and the ability to customize it for pillar-specific requirements.


Partners Responsible: FhG, ARC
Partners Involved: OAD, LI, others
Duration course: 2 days
Registration fee: free
Location: Vienna (A), Rome (I), or Palermo (I)
Didactic methodologies: face to face
Editions foreseen: one
Trainers: FhG, CNR, ARC, MW
Target audience: Cultural heritage application developers and system administrators
Trainees expected pre-knowledge: 1 year experience using Java, XML, Web services and basic programming experience, familiarity with RDF & OWL
Training material offered: Slides, User Guide
Maximum number of trainees: 8-10



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