If your looking to get some great Data Vault training in Australia in March, the Genesee academy is running the CDVDM course in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. You can get the schedule dates at the Genesee site. It’s a great course and well worth the investment for anyone looking to get in to Data Vault data warehousing.
The Genesee Academy’s Data Vault training has been announced for 2015 in the Australian region.
Hans Hultgren will be running classes on Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland in July and August this year (the dates are below with links to the courses and registration).
It’s a great class (I’ve heard multiple recommendations about this one) so if you interested in Data Vault, why not give attend and learn from someone who literally wrote the book?
|Jul 13 – 15th||3 Day Certification – Brisbane Australia||Registration|
|Jul 22 – 24th||3 Day Certification – Melbourne Australia||Registration|
|Jul 27 – 28th||2 Day Certification – Sydney||Registration|
|Aug 3 – 4th||3 Day Certification – Auckland||Registration|
What does the data vault data warehousing methodology have in common with data mining?
There are two conferences / courses being run in Australia in November, 2014.
The Data Vault data warehousing methodology has gained a lot of traction over the past few years. If you’ve never heard of it, I would suggest that it is somewhat of a cross between normalisation and star schema design (of course I am leaving myself open to a bit of criticism with that definition but it is only half a sentence).
Apart from the mandatory recognition to the inventor (Dan Linstedt), the best book that I’ve read on the methodology was written by Hans Hultgren and it is simply a must have if you are interested in learning the method (you can check it out on amazon here ). I cannot recommend this book highly enough. Anyway, I digress.
Hans will be in Sydney conducting Data Vault training on 12th – 14th November (that is, training to become a certified Data Vault Modeller). He has partnered with Analytics8 and MIP (don’t ask me why the prices are different) and while I would never usually promote vendors training solutions, I can make an exception for training delivered by Hans. If you are interested in finding out more about here.
AusDM or Australasian Data Mining Conference is begin run in Brisbane at Queensland University of Technology (Gardens Point) on 27th-28th November. The first time I went to this conference, it was purely an academic conference on data mining. If you’ve never been to an academic conference, they are a lot like other conferences, except that research papers are presented, so the presentations are focused and specific (you’ll also need a bit of background in the subject area). To be honest most industry participants find this pretty dry and boring. Research findings leads technical implementation by a good number of years and the work seems mostly theoretical.
What I like about AusDm is that they have an industry focus in addition to the academic presentations. For example, there is workshop on R which (IMO) makes the price of admission inconsequential (when compared to other R training).
If you would like to know more about AusDm please check out the site http://ausdm14.ausdm.org/home