This is an update about the AgriSchemas project (mostly), which I gave today to the ELIXIR Plant Science community. Despite we are busy with many other tasks at KnetMiner, we have done quite a deal of work with representing knowledge graphs using what I call "lightweight schemas", that is BioSchemas,, Dublin Core and the […]

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Recently, in my team, we have managed to start periodic talks/discussions on software engineering, including best practices, project management tools, code style, testing and all that jazz. If you are in a large-enough team in a full software house, probably you’re thinking: well, this kind of meetings should be pretty standard in this business. Well, […]

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Robots in a Factory (source:

The Continuous Integration idea is great: people send their software code changes to a shared repository like github, and the CI reacts by building the executable product on the fly, and even using it to redeploy test servers and make latest cool features available for testing and showcasing.

In this short presentation, I show how I manage my continuous integration jobs from one script for all my projects and without (too many) dependencies on any specific CI software.

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Mix of standards I’m writing this short post mostly as a quick note on a couple of things I’m working on, after a couple of times I was asked for this kind of background.

We’re living in a world of data more than ever, and that makes it even more important to publish data following good principles of data sharing, which ease the job of finding data, …

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