Wednesday, May 1, 2013
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Techniques for modeling Relational Data are well known. But how do you model on the non-relational, or NoSQL, world? This talk introduces you to the patterns and methodologies to successfully model for databases like Cassandra and MongoDB.
I am a Data Architect at Intuit. I have been extracting value from data for twenty years. I have worked at startups (some my own) and at large companies like PayPal and now Intuit. I worked on the PayPal payment transactional front end as well as large data warehouses on both traditional relational databases as well as newer technologies like Hadoop and NoSQL and NewSQL stores. I have a love for analytics and machine learning.