April 23, 2015 This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand.
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
About the Webinar
But normalization does not have to be the bad word it is on most projects. It’s likely that your team mates don’t fully understand its benefits and that you don’t fully understand why they fear it so much.
In this month’s webinar, Karen demonstrates the good, the bad, and the ugly of basic normalization.
About the Speakers
Kerry Tyler started his SQL Server career when he debuted as an accidental DBA in 2005. It wasn’t all bad, as he had been hoping for such an opportunity. Seeing Reporting Services 2005 demoed for the first time sealed the deal, and it has been all data ever since, leaving the worlds of networking and systems admin behind. After being a full-time dev/operational DBA with everything since SQL 2000, Kerry is now back to BI, as a Senior BI Engineer/Consultant in Nashville, Tennessee.
Karen Lopez is Sr. Project Manager and Architect at InfoAdvisors. 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. She is a frequent speaker, blogger and panelist on data quality, data governance, logical and physical modeling, data compliance, development methodologies and social issues in computing. Karen is an active user on social media and has been named one of the top 3 technology influencers by IBM Canada and one of the top 17 women in information management by Information Management Magazine. She is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, specializing in data modeling and database design. She’s an advisor to the DAMA, International Board and a member of the Advisory Board of Zachman, International.
She’s known for her slightly irreverent yet constructive opinions and rants on information technology topics. She wants you to love your data. Karen is also moderator of the InfoAdvisors Discussion Groups at www.infoadvisors.com and dm-discuss.
Karen also blogs for DATAVERSITY. Check out her blogs here: http://www.dataversity.net/category/discussion/blogs/karen-lopez/