Target Audiences > Application Developers - Programmers


Sunday, 3/16/2008
Workshops 03:30 PM - 06:45 PM
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W4: Data Model Patterns: Levels of Abstraction Dave Hay, Capgemini Financial Services USA, Inc.
Intermediate
Modeling
 
Monday, 3/17/2008
Tutorials 08:30 AM - 04:45 PM
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T1: Building the Enterprise Information Management Function Malcolm Chisholm, Askget.com Inc
Introductory
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
T6: Power, Politics and Partnership in Data Management Maureen Clarry,
Lorna Rickard, CONNECT: The Knowledge Network
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T10: SOA from A-to-Z (Service Oriented Architecture) James Bean, SOA Lightning
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Tuesday, 3/18/2008
Early Sessions 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM
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CA ERwin Modeling Suite® Special Interest Group – Tips, Tricks & Suggestions Marcie Barkin Goodwin, Axis Software Designs
Business
Modeling
10:15 Sessions 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
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Agile Development Meet Business and Data Management Needs William Chase, ABC LABS
Intermediate
Data & Application Integration
Data Modeling and XML: Two Ways to Structure Data Dave Hay, Capgemini Financial Services USA, Inc.
Intermediate
Modeling
A Real World Example of Collaboration - Data Modeling JAD at QVC Edward J. Saunders, QVC
Intermediate
Management & Methods
Case Studies in ROI of Customer Data Quality David Raab, Raab Associates Inc.
Business
Data & Information Quality
Using Ruby on Rails to Accomplish Difficult Data Management Tasks Fred Wild, EMC Corporation
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Data & Information Quality
11:30 Sessions 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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Temporal Issues in Data Modeling Terry Halpin, Neumont University
Intermediate
Modeling
An Ontology-Based System of Registries for Metadata and Information Exchange Ralph Hodgson, TopQuadrant
Paul Keller, NASA Ames Research Center
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"Service of Record" Solution for Simplified Data Access Doug Stacey, Allstate Insurance Co.
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Service Oriented Architectures
1:45 Sessions 01:45 PM - 02:45 PM
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Data Virtualization - The Unstoppable Force Robert Eve, Composite Software Inc.
Introductory
Data & Application Integration
3:15 Sessions 03:15 PM - 04:15 PM
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I Learned Everything I Need to Know about Data Management from Amazon.com Karen Lopez, InfoAdvisors
Business
Professional Development
In Perspectives 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM
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Data Matching - The Most Critical Component of Data Quality Suresh Menon, Identity Systems
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Data & Information Quality
In Perspectives 05:45 PM - 06:15 PM
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Work Smarter not Harder – Keeping the Business to Data Conduit Flowing Pete Davini, Mattel Inc. / American Girl Brands Division
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Making Semantics Work in the Enterprise Howard Greenblatt, Metatomix
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In Perspectives 06:30 PM - 07:00 PM
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From Strategy to Execution: Turning Data Governance Policies into Action Brian McVay, DataFlux
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Governance & Stewardship
Align for Success The Critical Part Data Quality Plays in Complex Business and IT Initiatives Dave Reed, Informatica
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Data & Information Quality
 
Wednesday, 3/19/2008
Early Sessions 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM
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Enterprise Data Governance in the Lab Deborah Coleman, Rochester Institute of Technology
Intermediate
Governance & Stewardship
IBM Rational Data Architect User Group Anson Kokkat, IBM
Introductory
Modeling
Using Open-World Reasoning to Mitigate Data Quality Issues Dan Carey, Booz Allen Hamilton
Intermediate
Data & Information Quality
8:30 Sessions 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
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If I Could Keep Time in a Model... Jeff Ilseman, South Region of Avanade
Richard A. Hecht, HECHT Business Architects
Intermediate
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Framework and Actionable Lifecycle for Data Management Best Practices Cynthia Hauer, Millennium Data Management, Incorporated
Anne Marie Smith, EWSolutions
Intermediate
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DMBOK
A Semantic-Driven Application For Master Data Management John O. Biderman, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Cameron McLean, World Class Objects
Intermediate
Master Data Management
10:00 Sessions 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Mapping the Data Landscape Malcolm Chisholm, Askget.com Inc
Intermediate
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
11:15 Sessions 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
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Deploying Semantic Web Solutions: I’ve Built an Ontology, Now What? Irene Polikoff, TopQuadrant
Dean Allemang, TopQuadrant
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Dimensional Modeling - Alternative Designs for Slowly Changing Dimensions Jeannie Foster, Invitrogen
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1:15 Sessions 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
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"Can You Do This?"- The Need for More Metadata Karen Ammentorp, Allstate Insurance Company
Intermediate
Metadata
In Perspectives 04:00 PM - 04:30 PM
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Eliminate the Number One Risk in MDM Deployments: Understanding Your Data Denise Sparks, Exeros, Inc.
Introductory
Master Data Management
In Perspectives 04:45 PM - 05:15 PM
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IBM Metadata Strategy – An Information Management Perspective Steven Totman, IBM
Paula Fricker, IBM
Introductory
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5:30 Sessions 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
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Automating Model Changes via ERwin's API Kevin Arnold, EDS
Intermediate
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ER/Studio Special Interest Group (SIG) Bruce Baum, Siemens Energy
Business
Modeling
PowerDesigner Special Interest Group - Data Modeling and Much More David Kobb, Educational Testing Service
Introductory
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Thursday, 3/20/2008
8:30 Sessions 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
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An Alternative Approach for Quality Master Reference Data Daniel Varghese, US-Department of State /Creative Information Technology, Inc
Young Paik, US Department of State
Intermediate
Master Data Management
Impact of Service Oriented Architecture on Data Modeling: A Case Study Mirza Dharani, Allstate Financial
Dyuti Patankar, Allstate Financial
Intermediate
Service Oriented Architectures
9:50 Sessions 09:50 AM - 10:50 AM
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Case Study: Implementing a Securities Master Using Flexible Data Models at Lord Abbett Len Silverston, Universal Data Models, LLC
Business
Master Data Management
Metatopia: A Utopian Metadata Management Solution? Mark Standring, CFC
Intermediate
Metadata
Seminars 01:30 PM - 04:30 PM
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S1: Data Mashups Seminar Peter Aiken, VCU/Data Blueprint
John Sells, Data Blueprint
Intermediate
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Service Oriented Architectures
S2: Working with Techs: Better Collaboration with Developers and DBAs Karen Lopez, InfoAdvisors
Business
Communication & Collaboration
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S5: All New! Data Modeling Challenges Steve Hoberman, Steve Hoberman & Associates
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