DBpedia supports young developers

Supporting young and aspiring developers has always been part of DBpedia‘s philosophy. Through various internships and collaborations with programmes such as Google Summer of Code, we were able to not only meet aspiring developers but also establish long-lasting relationships with these DBpedians ensuring a sustainable progress for and with DBpedia.  For 6 years now, we have been part of Google Summer of Code, one of our favorite programmes.

Behind the scenes of DBpedia

DBpedia is part of a large network of industry and academia, companies, and organizations as well as 20 Universities including student members. Our aim is to qualify aspiring developers and knowledge graph enthusiasts by working together with industry partners on DBpedia-related tasks. The final goal is, that DBpedia can be effectively integrated into organizations and businesses and incubate their knowledge graph to the next level. We intend to foster collaboration between DBpedia and organizations sharing an interest in and want to profit from Open-Knowledge-Graph governance.

Keep using DBpedia!

Just recently, DBpedia Association member and hosting specialist, OpenLink released the DBpedia Usage report, a periodic report on the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint and associated Linked Data deployment.

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