Cornell is looking for a Semantic Web Developer in Ithaca, NY. The post states, "Cornell University Library Information Technologies (CUL-IT) seeks an enthusiastic Ruby developer to help develop the library’s evolving information architecture and services. Work will focus on collaborative use of Linked Data and the Semantic Web in improving library discovery systems. They will apply solid technical and programming expertise of software, hardware, operating system, database and web programming languages in accomplishing these tasks. They will work in a small team collaborating with other CUL-IT, library, Cornell and partner institution staff at Stanford and Harvard."
Qualifications for the position include: "Four or more years of professional experience developing data-driven web applications in a Linux/Unix environment. Must have demonstrated experience developing substantial software projects in Ruby on Rails and a willingness to learn and work in other languages and frameworks. Must have experience with Linked Data and associated technologies including triple stores, SPARQL, and semantic web data formats (RDF/XML, ntriples, nquads, etc). Experience with web technologies including HTML, JavaSript, CSS and XML. Ability to manage complex software development in a team environment using tools such as Git and Jira. Excellent trouble-shooting and problem-solving skills with both new and legacy code."
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