In May I attended the GATE (General Architecture for Text Engineering) training course. I attended the advanced Track 3 and Track 4.
- Track 1: Introduction to GATE and Text Mining
- Module 1: Introduction to GATE Developer: GATE's application development
- Module 2: Information Extraction and ANNIE: Our open-source IE system
- Module 3: Introduction to JAPE: GATE's powerful rule-writing engine
- Module 4: GATE Teamware: Web-based Collaborative Annotation Environment
- Track 3: Advanced GATE
- Module 9: Semantic Annotation with GATE
- Module 10: Advanced GATE Applications: complex applications, writing
multilingual IE, business intelligence, evaluation
- Module 11: Machine Learning with GATE
- Module 12: Sentiment Analysis
- Track 4: Semantic Technology
- Module 13: Semantic Technology and Linked Open Data: Basics, Tools, and Applications
To become GATE Certified, one has to pass at least 3 modules, and to become GATE Advanced Certified, you have to pass at least 6 modules. I've now passed all 7 of the modules I have taken, qualifying me with the title of GATE Advanced Text Analyst of GATE Version 6.2.
My name will soon appear on GATE's Hall of Fame.