3 Round Stones provides Callimachus Enterprise, the leading Linked Data platform. We've been on the forefront of scalable data platforms that allow information to be read by humans and processed by machines. What was previously hidden is now discoverable.
Our products are used by professionals working in life science research and healthcare delivery to reduce data silos and make information available for new insights, new perspectives and new conclusions.
Callimachus Enterprise is an innovative, fanatically Web standards compliant platform for creating data-driven applications. Clients are using Callimachus Enterprise for a range of data intensive applications in healthcare, life sciences, energy innovation and the environment. Now there is a way to overcome proprietary formats and data silos to deliver beautiful, responsive data-driven applications within the enterprise and beyond.
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Information to solve some of the most vexing issues surrounding human health, energy innovation and the environment exists -- yet it is locked in data silos and systems that are difficult to search. 3 Round Stones is helping to reinvent how information is shared. We believe by making enterprise content smarter, people will gain new perspectives, insights and conclusions to drive the innovation economy.
Callimachus Enterprise is a content integration platform that helps people to better share content and maintain traceability. Select what content you wish to be share, specify a license and publish your information with confidence.
As new people find, access and reuse your content, we make attribution and recognition as easy as 1-2-3. View cool analytics about how far your ideas are going and who is citing them. By being smart about how information is shared, many of the world's most pressing issues can be solved.
Bernadette is responsible for customer success and retention. She has over 20 years of experience in large scale information management strategy and implementation. Her technology background includes leadership roles at financial services firms in New York and Tokyo, including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
Dr. Wood has contributed to the evolution of the World Wide Web since 1999, especially in the formation of standards and technologies for the Semantic Web. He is the architect of the modern PURLs Open Source Project. David is the author of Linked Data: Structured data on the Web (Manning, 2013) editor of Linking Enterprise Data (Springer, 2010) and Linking Government Data (Springer, 2011).
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James is the Lead Software Developer on the Callimachus Project sponsored by 3 Round Stones. James is expert in Semantic Web application development and object-oriented design. He crafts linked data models and maps business workflows to elegant, highly scalable production systems for enterprises. James is an avid Open Source committer on a number of cool projects that power the semantic web.
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Bernadette is responsible for customer success and retention. She has over 20 years of experience in large scale information management strategy and implementation. Her technology background includes leadership roles at financial services firms including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
Bernadette was co-founder and CEO of high-growth, profitable software organizations in Australia and the US. After securing a Series A venture round in 2003, she assisted the successful acquisition of Tucana Technologies by Northrop Grumman (2005).
Bernadette’s management experience gives her insight into the strategic challenges facing organizations who need to combine enterprise data with open data on the Web. She is expert in international Web data standards (W3C). She is author of over a dozen publications on best practices for publishing complex data on the Web. Bernadette holds a bachelor’s degree in computer sciences and linguistics from the University of California, Los Angeles.
An avid proponent of STEM education starting at the middle school level, Bernadette volunteers as a mentor and sponsor of a local high school robotics team. She is the mother of two teenagers and is a student of Aikido, a non-violent Japanese martial art.
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Dr. Wood has contributed to the evolution of the World Wide Web since 1999, especially in the formation of standards and technologies for the Semantic Web. He has architected key aspects of the Web to include the Persistent Uniform Resource Locator (PURL) service and several Semantic Web databases and frameworks. David is the author of Programming Internet Email (O’Reilly, 1999) and Linked Data: Structured data on the Web (Manning, 2013) and editor of Linking Enterprise Data (Springer, 2010) and Linking Government Data (Springer, 2011).
David is co-chair of the W3C RDF Working Group. He co-chaired the Semantic Web Best Practices and Deployment Working Group and is a member of the Semantic Web Coordination Group. David has represented international organizations in the evolution of Internet standards at the International Standards Organization (ISO), the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the World Wide Web Consortium. David is a founding and contributing member of many Free/ Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects, including the Mulgara Semantic Store, Persistent URL (PURLs), Freemix and the Callimachus Project.
In his eclectic career, David has been a ship’s navigator and deep sea salvage engineer for the US Navy. He has been an aerospace engineer, Web researcher and serial entrepreneur. He is a regular guest lecturer in Linked Data ventures at MIT and occasionally teaches computer science at the University of Mary Washington.
David holds a Ph.D., Software Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia; Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineer, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School; MS, Astronautical Engineering, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and BS, Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Military Institute.
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James is the Lead Software Developer on the Callimachus Project sponsored by 3 Round Stones. James is expert in Semantic Web application development and object-oriented design. He is has crafts linked data models and maps business workflows to elegant, highly scalable production systems for enterprises. James is an avid Open Source committer on a number of cool projects that power the semantic web.
James is a longtime Web standards proponent. He uses his wide-ranging experience in Web development to move semantic Web technologies from the research lab to practical solutions, improving business productivity and efficiency. He has been an active architect and leader on some of the most well known and used semantic web Open Source Software projects including OpenRDF Sesame library, an RDF library for parsing, indexing, and querying RDF using SPARQL; OpenRDF AliBaba and Elmo RDF-object mapper for aspect/subject oriented composition of object rules; PURL server, a distributed resource identifier management system; and of course, Callimachus, a Linked Data management system.
James earned his Bachelor of Computer Science and Mathematics from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.