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Building the Agile Database: Lessons Learned - Larry Burns
June 14, 2011
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (PDT)
Best Western Executive Inn - 200 Taylor Ave N, Seattle
Member dinner meeting registration – $25.00
Includes keynote presentation, dinner and materials. Current DAMA-PS membership required.
Non-member dinner meeting registration – $40.00
Includes keynote presentation, dinner and materials. Discounts available for DAMA-PS members.
Presentation only – $10.00
Includes keynote presentation and materials.
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Building the Agile Database: Lessons Learned
Please join us for a presentation
from our very own long-time DAMA-PS Member Larry Burns!
Building the Agile Database
, will be published soon, and he will be conducting a half-day workshop based on the book at TDWI in San Diego. Here's your chance to get a local sneak peek!
In this presentation, we'll some of the key topics from the book, and focusing on the most important “lessons learned” for data management professionals. Among the topics that will be covered:
The difference between the logical and physical views of data
The “value equation” of application development and data management
Data managers as intermediaries
Maximizing the business value of data
Object-oriented, model-driven, and test-driven development
The importance of data virtualization
The “refactoring paradox”, and how to resolve it
Developing an “Agile Attitude”
How to promote good data management practices in your organization
Writing and researching this book has been an educational experience for Larry and he's looking forward to to sharing some of this information with you (but you still have to buy the book!). Join us for a fun and informative evening!
has worked in IT for more than 25 years as a database administrator, application developer, consultant and teacher. He holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Washington and a Masters degree in Software Engineering from Seattle University. He currently works for a global Fortune 500 company as a database consultant on numerous application development projects, and teaches a series of data management classes for application developers. He contributed material on Database Development and Database Operations Management to DAMA International’s Data Management Body of Knowledge (DAMA-DMBOK), and is a former instructor and advisor in the certificate program for Data Resource Management at the University of Washington in Seattle. He writes a quarterly series of articles, “Conquering the Logical-Physical Divide”, for TDAN.com.
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