Database Design from User Requirements


Designing databases from User requirements is an art form even when you focus on implementing a strict ANSI compliant system. There is more to the database design then table structures and T-SQL statements. In this session you will learn how to translate user requirements into a database design which utilizes the new and existing features to create an efficient and manageable system.


  • Kat Meadows

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    Kat has been working with SQL Server since 1998 starting with SQL Server 6.5 up to the latest and greatest. Over the years, Kat has worked in many different environments from manufacturing to dotcoms to military and government institutions, and is now back in the private sector. Currently, as a Senior DBA at Xtivia, she is focused on monitoring SQL Server installations and troubleshooting performance issues. Kat is also the President of the Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group.

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Aug 24, 2013

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