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The History of Time in Data Models

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. In my last blogpost Timely Concerns in Data Models, we looked at the basic challenges of dealing with time dependencies in Data Modeling. I promised to continue this quest by going over the history of these issues. How well have we actually solved these challenges? So, hop […]

Timely Concerns in Data Models

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. The Component Parts of Data Models Back in March 2019 I published a post here on DATAVERSITY® titled The Atoms and Molecules of Data Models. The objective was to scope ”a universal set of constituents in data models across the board”. I used this classic data model, […]

2019: Full Scale Schema Modeling

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. Using Concerns to Navigate Data Architectures Welcome to 2019! This is the year that offers us a unique opportunity to re-architect the way we think schemas, data models and Data Architecture. We do indeed need to do some things better. The real world is full of concerns, […]

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