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Benjamin Habegger

109lab.com is down / Boot-Start is up

Since yesterday the domain name of 109Lab, my previous startup experience has expired and since there was no real reason to keep it up, we let it go down. The website is still up just to keep the content available. It can be found here: http://109lab.habegger.fr/ (and BlaBoum’s blog is here: …

Parcours de vie et hommage à Anne-Catherine Gerber

4 Jan. 1954 – 22 fév. 2015 Anne-Catherine, Anika, Annick, Cathy, Mams, maman, grand-maman, Tu es partie. Un peu trop vite c’est certain. Tu nous as tous bluffé ces derniers jours avec ton énergie, ton sourire, ta sagesse, ton envie de vivre et encore un dernier grand projet à réaliser : …

We’re launching BootStart

Vote For Us !! Here we go ! We’re launching BootStart and you can help us. BootStart provides entrepreneurs with a highly qualified tech team capable of taking care of the operational aspects of their project. We are currently candidating to integrate the BoostInLyon acceleration program and you can help …

Atelier Objets Connectés

Un atelier de découverte du materiel permettant de créer des objets connectés s’organise sur Lyon. C’est gratuit et c’est ludique. Alors venez y faire un tour. Toutes les infos sont sur les site www.atelier-objets-connectes.org

Semantic Web: Stop the format war !!

To me, there’s a lot of confusion out there about what the “Semantic Web” is really about. Recently, I participated in a debate on whether to use JSON or RDF/XML within a project I’m working on. Arguments were rather at the format level (e.g. verbosity of XML/RDF). There was also …

JSON or XML ? Both, use json-n-xml

Both XML and JSON are widely spread data formats with both their pros and cons. That’s why I decided to write and put on GitHub json-n-xml, a library which allows switching from one format to the other (bi-directionnally). With it, you can build a DOM of a JSON and query …