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Michael Stonebraker
Broad Institute - 7 Cambridge Center Auditorium on 1st floor
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 7:00pm

The traditional wisdom for designing database schemas is to use a design tool (typically based on a UML or ER model) to construct an initial data model for one's data and its instantiation as a collection of relational tables. Then applications are coded against this relational schema. When business circumstances change (as they do frequently) one should run the tool to produce a new data model and a new collection of tables.

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