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The Tricky Part of Doing Tricky Things in your Data Model – SQL Saturday Phoenix

Apr 16, 2016   //   by Karen Lopez   //    //  No Comments

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We’ve mastered the basics of data modeling and data modeling patterns, but what happens when you or a teammate wants to use this one weird trick to improve on the data model and the resulting database design? Have you just discovered a brilliant new trick that no one else has ever thought of? Or will your new design cost you more, take on more risk and cause all kinds of pain for both IT and your business users?

We’ll look at a few tricks that we’ve seen in our database design review and show you how they work and talk about the trade offs for using them. You’ll learn about:

Building a database engine inside your database
Designing before understanding your business model
Dealing with data structures that don’t do well in RDBMSs
Optimizing the developer versus the data or the app
Using design patterns that don’t reflect modern architectures and tools
…and a lot more

10 ER/Studio Productivity Tips to Help You Love Your Data Models – Webinar

Mar 30, 2016   //   by Karen Lopez   //    //  No Comments

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Maybe you’ve been using ER/Studio for years, maybe you’re just getting started. Maybe you don’t even know where to start. You might be a full time data architect or an accidental database designer – either way, you’ll want to know about the settings and features to make your Mondays more tolerable and your Fridays more fun.

In this session, Karen covers her 10 favorite tips and tricks for working with ER/Studio. We’ll look at how to configure ER/Studio to save time, reduce risks and to make your data modeler life less stressful. She will show you features that will make your models more loved and valued by your IT and business team members.

Finally, we’ll wrap up with recommendations for more resources for becoming more productive.

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