Speaking: #SQLSat96 Washington, DC …well… Chevy Chase, MD 5 Nov

Nov 2, 2011   //   by Karen Lopez   //   Blog, Data, Data Modeling, Database, Speaking  //  No Comments

Washington Metro Escalator

I’ll be presenting Model Driven Database Design on Saturday, 5 November at the SQL Saturday Washington DC. Which is being held in Chevy Chase, Maryland.  Yes, I know this is the greater DC area.  Last year it was held in Reston, Virginia. But these data things drive data architects crazy.  That’s why you really don’t want to live with a data architect.  Ever.

Anyway, I’ll be presenting a brand new presentation that covers:

Model-Driven Database Design

Model-Driven Database Development: Myths, Magic and Methods. In this presentation, Karen discusses data model-driven database development from the point of view of the Data Architect, the DBA, and the Developer. She will cover topics such as "Who does what?", "Why are we doing this?", "Do I have to Use a GUI?" and "Just who do you think you are?". Finally, 10 tips for making model-driven database development successful in your organization’s culture and environment.

Session Level: Beginner

Karen Lopez

Speaker photo Karen López is Sr. Project Manager and Architect at InfoAdvisors, Inc. Karen is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups. She has 20+ years of experience in project and data management on large, multi-project programs. Karen specializes in the practical application of data management principles. Karen is also the ListMistress and moderator of the InfoAdvisors Discussion Groups at www.infoadvisors.com.

I’m up against some fairly big name speakers, so I’m really hoping to see you in my session.  Both of us can have a great time talking about data models.  See you there.

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