Schedule 2018

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DMZ logo programMonday, September 24th
Foundational Data ModelingAgile and RequirementsBig Data and ArchitectureHands-On and Case StudiesAdvanced Data Modeling
07:00 - 09:00Breakfast & Registration
09:00 - 10:30Introduction to Data Vault Modeling
Remco Broekmans
Coarem
Netherlands
Dusseldorf
The Lost Art of Data Profiling
Bob Conway
Information Engineering Associates
US
Peking B
Decision and Process Modeling: which comes first?
Jan Vanthienen
KU Leuven
Belgium
Peking B
Introduction to Graph Databases and Graph Data Modeling with Neo4j
Tom Geudens
Neo4J
US
Mallorca B
Combatting Complexity Through Simplification
Martijn ten Napel
Free Frogs
Netherlands
Peking C
10:30 - 11:00Morning Break
11:00 - 12:30Agile Methods and Data Warehousing: How to Deliver Faster
Kent Graziano
Snowflake Computing
US
Peking C
What is the GraphQL Data API, and what are the Modelling Implications of It
Thomas Frisendal
TF Informatik
Denmark
Mallorca B
Fact-Based Data Integration: Matching and Transformation
Graeme Port
Factil
Australia
Peking B
How to Grade a Data Model
Steve Hoberman
Steve Hoberman & Associates, LLC
US
Dusseldorf
12:30 - 13:30Lunch
13:30 - 13:45Welcome and Announcements Dusseldorf
14:30 - 15:30KEYNOTE: Lessons NOT Learned – Dealing with Habitual Architecture Mistakes
Eddie Sayer
US
Dusseldorf
14:45 - 15:15Afternoon Break
15:15 - 16:45Business Data Modeling – why, what and how
Håkan Edvinsson
Informed Decisions Consulting AB
Sweden
Peking B
The Data Science Pipeline and AI’s Role in It
Zacharias Voulgaris
Data Science Partnership
Italy
Mallorca B
GDPR and Data Modeling: Our Journey
Ivan Schotsmans
BI-Community
Belgium
Peking C
Dynamic Data Modelling
Graham Witt
Ajilon
Australia
Dusseldorf

DMZ logo programTuesday, September 25th
Foundational Data ModelingAgile and RequirementsBig Data and ArchitectureHands-On and Case StudiesAdvanced Data Modeling
07:00 - 07:30Morning Chi Gung with Kent Graziano
Mallorca B
07:00 - 09:00Breakfast
09:00 - 10:30Business-friendly data models
Graham Witt
Ajilon
Australia
Dusseldorf
Data Quadrants Deep Dive
Martijn Evers
i-refact
Netherlands
Peking A
Data Warehousing in the age of big data. The end of an era?
Uli Bethke
Sonra
Germany
Peking B
How to Model a Text Box…Or Practical Ways to Tame Your Text
Stacie Benton
Starbucks
US
Peking A
PowerDesigner Fundamentals
George McGeachie
Metadata Matters
UK
Peking C
10:30 - 11:00Morning Break
Untertitel
11:00 - 11:15Welcome and Announcements
Dusseldorf
11:15 - 12:15KEYNOTE: You know more than you think you do
Graeme Simsion
Australia
Dusseldorf
12:15 - 13:15Lunch
13:15 - 14:45Reduce data model clutter - now!
Bert Hooyman
Mphasis
Germany
Peking A
Case Talk - Data Modeling by Example
Marco Wobben
BCP Software
Netherlands
Peking B
Data Warehouse Automation and Data Vault, a happy marriage? (new)
Hans Michiels
Proconomy
Netherlands
Peking C
Graph databases – Time to change
Tue Kofoed-Enevoldsen
The Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT)
Denmark
Mallorca B
Managing time in a Data Vault: How to design, insert and update (bi-)temporal data
Dirk Lerner
TEDAMOH
Germany
Dusseldorf
14:45 - 15:15Afternoon Snacks
15:15 - 16:45Where Agile clashes with modeling
Michael Mahlberg
TCG The Consulting Guild GmbH
Germany
Dusseldorf
Architectures in BI – where do we find the whole truth?
Michael Müller
Germany
Mallorca B
Application of FCO-IM for the digitalization of processes
Stephan Volkmann
University of Paderborn
Germany
Peking B
Advanced Data Modeling Challenges Workshop
Steve Hoberman
Steve Hoberman & Associates, LLC
US
Peking C

DMZ logo programWednesday, September 26th (3rd day extra)
09:00 - 17:00Building a Data Hub with NoSQL Data Modeling Concepts
Mina Bouadar
MarkLogic
Peking B
Full Scale Data Architects Body of Knowledge Session
Martijn Evers
i-refact
Peking A
Next Generation Analytic Architecture – A Practical Approach
Eddie Sayer
Teradata
Peking C
Big Data for Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Professionals
Uli Bethke
Sonra
Dusseldorf

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