In the mid to late nineties, I was well known for speaking about the Seven Deadly Sins of Data Warehousing. It was always a popular presentation, a timely topic and a lot of fun to share the experiences I had gathered through more than two years of research on data warehouse projects and their outcomes. Although my publisher wanted me to author a book on the topic, the time constraints of building our company prevented me from delivering it during that time frame.

I was recently contacted by my book editor about producing another book, and the subject of the Seven Deadly Sins came up. We both thought it would be interesting to revisit them and see how the industry is doing in these categories.

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