Announcing the S4 Developers Challenge

S4-semanticsuiteTo help demonstrate the power and ease of use of S4, Ontotext is introducing the S4 Developers Challenge.  The challenge will award $1,000 to developers that write the most interesting demo, application or show case utilizing the S4 capabilities for text analytics, linked data and knowledge graphs. There are no restrictions on what topics or vertical markets are eligible and the only requirement for participants is that the code be open source and available to others on the S4 GitHub. Developers interested in participating in the Challenge can find more information about it on the Ontotext website at http://ontotext.com/products/ontotext-s4/s4-developers-challenge/.

Milena Yankova

Milena Yankova

Director Global Marketing at Ontotext
A bright lady with a PhD in Computer Science, Milena's path started in the role of a developer, passed through project and quickly led her to product management. For her a constant source of miracles is how technology supports and alters our behaviour, engagement and social connections.
Milena Yankova

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