I love this... Sorry, no RSS feed....
I need to find some new semantic analysis software - something capable of extracting context from text. I'm looking for some type of component that I can provide a chunk of text, possibly some historic context (e.g. them = "Bob, Bill, Doug") and have it spit out significant context (or whatever) from the text…
Eg: Text: "Why do dogs have four legs instead of 5?"
Question; Dogs; Legs; 4 Legs; 5 Legs;
Something like that… or…
Text: "I'm going to get them to use .NET if it's the last thing I do"
Context In: “I'm = Joel; I = Joel; Them = ABC Corp.; Thing = Action;”
I first started thinking about after reading Duncan's blog. Turns out I'm an ENFJ - a "Teacher". Nice
A couple of my employees ran through the same test coming up with different trait summaries that seemed to define them really well. After reading a couple, I thought "Damn - that explains a lot". This got me thinking - I wonder if anyone has correlated these personality types with roles and responsibilities on a software development project. Do you need to have a couple ENTJ's to drive the project, sprinkled with a few masterminds, some IJNT's in the mix? I would be interested in matching these personality types with roles and responsibilities within an organization and on teams....Might make hiring easier " Sorry, ENTJ's need not to apply" type of thing.
K - decided to check out what all the fuss is about...Seems fun... I've tried three different clients already - and I'm not really happy with any of them yet... I've tried:
They all worked...but they seemed...well...like they were in beta (which they were I guess). Looking for a really great Jabber client...taking suggestions. Has a Jabber client been written in .NET?