Data Vault Technical Modeling Book Access…

if you’ve been waiting for this book, you can now get access to the book by signing up for one-on-one coaching! you can preview the content before it get’s published, be a part of the interaction process, suggest new book sections, and get a free signed copy of the book once it is published.  all of this plus interaction with me, get your questions answered today from me personally.

i promise, i will eventually publish the book – but for now, this is a way to gain access to content that is previously not-available.  you have to hurry though, because i may not keep this offer open for long, it will be first come first serve.  in order to ensure the highest possible quality coaching, i limit the number of coaching seats available and they are filling fast for this session.

the coaching will take you in to the depths of: implementation, design, reasoning, and explanation.  you will learn: how to build, load, deploy, manage, and grow your data warehouse / data vault solution.  you will find tips and tricks for managing high-speed inflow/outflow, large volumes of data, performance and tuning, and there are even lessons surrounding specific use of etl / elt tools in the market today.

get your seat now.  learn from me, one-on-one.

dan linstedt

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2 Responses to “Data Vault Technical Modeling Book Access…”

  1. Marius 2010/07/06 at 1:52 am #

    Hi Dan,

    I’m at chapter 4 of the book now. Just though I’d spend a moment to give feedback.

    The book is absolutely brilliant. It’s very easy to read. To data there were a few concepts that I found difficult to grasp (form articles and blogs) but the book explains it very clearly.

    I look forward to reading the rest.

    Kind regards

  2. dlinstedt 2010/07/06 at 4:53 am #

    Hi Marius,

    Thank-you very much. I’m currently writing the rest. My hope is that once I’ve gotten through the draft, that I can go back and add more data examples in the Link and Satellite chapters. Are you getting some of your questions answered by the book?

    Dan Linstedt

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