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Data Modeling Zone 2012

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Data models bridge the gap from requirements to applications, making data modeling a required skill from business analysis through design and development. Data Modeling Zone 2012 contains four tracks and a combination of half-day and 75 minute sessions from fundamental to advanced levels, designed to help you: • Develop an understanding of data modeling concepts, techniques, and approaches • Learn how data modeling connects to key business initiatives such as compliance, agility, and strategy • Fine tune your relational and dimensional modeling and data vault skills • Learn a new data modeling tool • Master a new modeling notation, such as UML, ORM, and FCO-IM • Apply techniques such as surrogate keys, subtyping, encoding schemes, abstraction, and visualization • Leverage enterprise data models, canonical models, and industry data models


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