Call for Papers

ESE-Kongress 2009

Effectively Modeling Data and Relationships ( Vortrag )

Referent: Douglas Wilson , Birdstep Technology
Vortragsreihe: Implementierung
Zeit: 09. Dezember 14:45

Zielgruppe

Entwicklung, Experten

Themenbereiche

Implementierung, anderes Themengebiet

Kurzfassung

Data modeling is the process of representing real-world data and their relationships with each other in a form that is ultimately useful within computer programs. Selection of a method for effectively modeling data and relationships is one of the key decisions a developer will make when developing a data-driven system. There are many different data modeling methods available today, with two common ones being Network and Relational models. This presentation is a brief comparison of the intuitive process of data modeling by comparing these two modeling methods.

Nutzen und Besonderheiten

Effectively modeling data and relationships is one of the key decisions a developer will make when developing a data-driven system, very few technical presentations offer a comprehensive view of this process, and address the following key topics: 1. The process of data modeling using different data models. 2. The process of writing programs and how it is affected by the data model. 3. Procedural vs. non-procedural access to data.

Über den Referenten

Douglas Wilson is a Senior Engineer, with more 20 years of embedded development experience, especially in the field of embedded databases. His programming language experience spans from C, C++, Java, C#, VB, Assembler. Douglas has been working with several Real Time Operating Systems, including VxWorks, Integrity, QNX, various flavours of Embedded Linux. Douglas has been a guest speaker at previous technical events, such as Embedded Masterclass in UK.