Ever have a bad data day? If you're a business user, architect, analyst, designer or developer, then you've probably had some bad data days. It comes with the territory. Overcoming these problems is much easier if you have an in-depth understanding of the
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My challenge was to write a book in under 200 pages which costs under $20 that contains everything you need to know about data modeling. I have been teaching data modeling since 1992 and in my training I take a very practical approach, focusing on what can be immediately applied back in the office. I took this same approach with Data Modeling Made Simple. I start off with an example we can all relate to and carry this example throughout the entire book. I added exercises to the text to make the book as interactive as paper can be. I steered clear of mathematical set theory and advanced dimensional concepts and included what a business or information technology person actually needs to know to understand, design, and implement high quality data models. If you would like to chat about anything in the book, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.About the Author:
Steve Hoberman is a global reference data expert for Mars, Inc. and a data modeling consultant and trainer for organizations worldwide. Steve has been teaching data modeling since 1992 and has presented at dozens of international conferences, including the Data Warehousing Institute World Conferences and DAMA International. He is the author of Data Modeler’s Workbench and Data Modeling Made Simple. You can sign up for his Design Challenges at www.stevehoberman.com.
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