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Sunday, October 22 • 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Data Architecture (i.e., normalization / relational algebra) and Database Security

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The importance of precise data structures when handling, processing and manipulating mass amounts of data.  As data has become key in the operations of virtually all companies around the world, having the data easily maintained and utilized has become pivotal.

Companies often live or die in today’s business climate by their ability to manipulate their data to their company’s competitive advantage.  As such it becomes paramount that this enterprise critical data be placed into well-organized structures that are intuitive for developers to work on.

Speakers
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Samuel Berger

CIO, CLEAR Information, Inc.
Fintech entrepreneur and developer as well as a data scientist working with financial mass data projects since 1989. He started in these fields in 1989 with SBIC. Used technology and massive amounts of data to predict the world’s largest financial market. His systems earned his... Read More →


Sunday October 22, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm PDT
Room G Room G