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Dan Linstedt

Bill Inmon has given me this wonderful opportunity to blog on his behalf. I like to cover everything from DW2.0 to integration to data modeling, including ETL/ELT, SOA, Master Data Management, Unstructured Data, DW and BI. Currently I am working on ways to create dynamic data warehouses, push-button architectures, and automated generation of common data models. You can find me at Denver University where I participate on an academic advisory board for Masters Students in I.T. I can't wait to hear from you in the comments of my blog entries. Thank-you, and all the best; Dan Linstedt http://www.COBICC.com, danL@danLinstedt.com

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Cofounder of Genesee Academy, RapidACE, and BetterDataModel.com, Daniel Linstedt is an internationally known expert in data warehousing, business intelligence, analytics, very large data warehousing (VLDW), OLTP and performance and tuning. He has been the lead technical architect on enterprise-wide data warehouse projects and refinements for many Fortune 500 companies. Linstedt is an instructor of The Data Warehousing Institute and a featured speaker at industry events. He is a Certified DW2.0 Architect. He has worked with companies including: IBM, Informatica, Ipedo, X-Aware, Netezza, Microsoft, Oracle, Silver Creek Systems, and Teradata.  He is trained in SEI / CMMi Level 5, and is the inventor of The Matrix Methodology, and the Data Vault Data modeling architecture. He has built expert training courses, and trained hundreds of industry professionals, and is the voice of Bill Inmons' Blog on http://www.b-eye-network.com/blogs/linstedt/.

To all, I apologize if I've provided misinformation in my article titled Nanotechnology Basics Defined. I am deeply sorry that I may not have defined carbon nanotubes properly, or that I haven't provided readers with accurate information regarding carbon molecules. I will be updating the article within the next two months. Please be aware that the purposes for my exploration in Nanotech are to...

a. discuss concepts and thought processes in reference to the application of nanotech to a data warehousing and business intelligence world.
b. explore and hypothesize about new possibilities for software and engineering.
c. better understand it's purpose within every day business applications.
d. Expand the bounds of which types of nanotech will work in the future world.

If there is anyone out there who wishes to comment, it would be nice to hear from you. Particularly if you would be so kind as to provide links for scientific research, and to point me to resources that think outside the box (in terms of speculation) - I will take the time to read through the information.

Thank-you again.

Dan Linstedt

Posted June 8, 2005 4:44 PM
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