Data Modeling Challenges: A hands-on approach to sharpening your modeling skills!

Venue: Residenza di Ripetta

Location: Rome, Italy

Event Date/Time: Dec 19, 2008 End Date/Time: Dec 19, 2008
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Description

Ever ski? Each trail is graded a green circle for easy, a blue square for moderate, or a black diamond for difficult. The modeling challenges you face in the office can be put into similar categories.
This workshop includes a carefully selected collection of easy, moderate, and difficult scenarios. After mastering easy challenges, you'll advance to more moderate and difficult challenges. This is not just a lecture. You'll get hands-on experience. The more times you fall and pick yourselves up again, the more trees you hit, the more you challenge yourself, the more you'll grow your experiences and knowledge base.
Just like skiing, expect a fun yet intense day. By the completion of the workshop, you might be sore and sweaty, but you'll obtain a higher level of experience and have a few more techniques to apply when you get back to the office. You will learn to:

• Identify Business requirements within a tight timeframe
• Build a model that meets the Business needs using generic structures
• Catch structural design issues before it’s too late

Each participant will receive a copy of all presentation material and a copy of the book “Data Modeling Made Simple”, by Steve Hoberman.



STEVE HOBERMAN
He is a world-recognized innovator and thought-leader in the field of Data Modeling. He has worked as a Business Intelligence and Data Management practitioner and trainer since 1990, and is a popular presenter at industry conferences, both nationally and internationally. Mr. Hoberman is a columnist and frequent contributor to industry publications, as well as the author of “Data Modeler’s Workbench” and “Data Modeling Made Simple”. He is the founder of the Design Challenges group and inventor of the Data Model Scorecard™.

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