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Congratulations to the DW2.0 unstructured data warehouse class

Bill Inmon

This article originally appeared on the BeyeNETWORK.

One of the essential components of the DW2.0 environment is that of including unstructured data with structured data as part of the foundation for executive decision

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The inaugural class on building the unstructured data warehouse was held last month at Genesee Academy. The attendees spent three workshop days exploring and using textual ETL technology for building the unstructured component of the DW2.0 data warehouse. In addition, Wand Inc. conducted a discussion on how taxonomies fit into the process of integrating text into a database.

I’d like to extend my congratulations to the following individuals who completed the class:

Gavin Andrews, Inviso Corp.
Jeff Burinda, Wand Inc.
George Chen, SoftMaster
Luke Dodds, Genesee Academy
Cheryl Estep, consultant
Georgia Funari, consultant
Dave Gilbert, ITS Corp.  
Mike Homewood, ITS Corp.
Nik Hultgren, Genesee Academy
Krish Krishnan, Daugherty Business Solutions
Doug Lane, Wand Inc.       
Joyce Montanari, Ciber Consulting
Les Moore, consultant
Kevin Sherman, Inviso Corp.
Martin Wolfram, Inviso Corp.

 Bill Inmon

Bill is universally recognized as the father of the data warehouse. He has more than 36 years of database technology management experience and data warehouse design expertise. He has published more than 40 books and 1,000 articles on data warehousing and data management, and his books have been translated into nine languages. He is known globally for his data warehouse development seminars and has been a keynote speaker for many major computing associations. Bill can be reached at 303-681-6772.


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