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Upcoming Data Events (September 2020 edition)

Posted 9/9/2020

Curated by our data modeling aficionado, Christian Kaul

Appointment calendar of former German president Theodor HeussAppointment calendar of former German president Theodor Heuss

Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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Upcoming Data Events (July 2020 Edition)

Posted 10/7/2020

Curated by our data modeling aficionado, Christian Kaul

16th-century calendar16th-century calendarPublic domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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Data Vault Modeling Exercise: DocBrown

Posted 28/6/2020

The original version of this exercise has been created for (and tried out successfully at) the Data Modeling Meetup Munich (DM3). It has been adapted slightly to take into account recent economic developments.

The exercise works best with small groups (at least 3, not more than 6 people). If possible, split your team in multiple groups (at least 2, not more than 4). Then, you can discuss and compare the results from the different groups afterwards.

Pills in four colorsPills in four colors

By Ragesoss [CC BY-SA], via Wikimedia Commons

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Upcoming Data Events (June 2020 Edition)

Posted 16/6/2020

Curated by our data modeling aficionado, Christian Kaul

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Data Vault Modeling Exercise: Hipster Bowl

Posted 12/6/2020

The original version of this exercise has been created for (and tried out successfully at) the Data Modeling Meetup Munich (DM3). It has been adapted slightly to take into account recent economic developments.

The exercise works best with small groups (at least 3, not more than 6 people). If possible, split your team in multiple groups (at least 2, not more than 4). Then, you can discuss and compare the results from the different groups afterwards.

Salmon poké bowlSalmon poké bowl

By Pokebros [CC BY-SA], via Wikimedia Commons

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