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In recent weeks I have read so many pessimistic and negative articles and comments in the social media about the state of data modeling in companies in Germany, but also worldwide.

Why? I don't know. I can't understand it.

I know many companies that invest a lot of time in data modeling because they have understood the added value. I know many companies that initially rejected data modeling as a whole, but understood its benefits through convincing and training.

Isn't it the case that we (consultants, managers, project managers, subject-matter experts, etc.) should have a positive influence on data modeling? To support our partners in projects in such a way that data modeling becomes a success? If we ourselves do not believe that data modeling is a success, then who does?

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TEDAMOH @ #TDWI - Let’s talk

We, Stephan and myself, are looking forward to welcome you at the TDWI Conference at the MOC Munich from June 24th - 26th, 2019! Meet us at our booth, discuss bitemporal topics, data vault or data modeling at all with us and attend one of Dirk Lerner's lectures:

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An open and honest feedback on “13 tips …”

A few weeks ago I received a surprisingly open and honest feedback on my recently published article "13 tips ...". I never ever expected that! After a short email exchange, I was allowed to publish the feedback anonymously. Below is the incredible feedback[3]. You see, you are not alone with the challenges of a Data Vault project:

Hi Dirk

Thanks for sending me the English version of the paper. I'm based in […] [1] and Data Vault is not generally established here yet.

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Data (Vault) Modeling and Deep Learning @ #XP19

Model driven decision making

During #XP19 you’ll be able to take part in our (Matze and myself) deep dive session about Model driven decision making: Data (Vault) Modeling and Deep Learning. It has been designed to give you a (very) short hands-on and practical guidance.

What is this 15 minute deep dive session about at #XP19?

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