Sunday, August 30, 2015

Weekly Update



The Real Data Science: Tables--So What?

My Presentation to Silicon Valley SQL Server User Group
 

6:30 PM, Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Microsoft
1065 La Avenida Building 1
Mountain View, CA


Free and open to the public (+ pizza)
For details and RSVP see Meetup


1. Quote of the Week

[Do] formalized languages need the definition of data types? Up to now I have not read strong arguments against my statement that for interpretation and operation on data the use of character strings is sufficient when
  • All data are expressed as character strings that are explicitly based in language communities, whereas the character strings denote concepts that are represented by UID's;
  • The denoted concepts are defined by their supertype concepts (among others);
  • Collections of allowed qualitative concepts (that are denoted by string values or value ranges) are defined to enable the specification of constraints; --LinkedIn.com
2. To Laugh or Cry?


3. Online Debunkings

4. Elsewhere
Which technologies emerge from the abyss
Why Big Data gets it Wrong

5. Housekeeping Added to LINKS page:

  • Query Optimization
  • Relational Algebra
  • LEAP RDBMS
  • Relational
  • Relational Algebra Translator
  • System for Translating Relational Algebra Scripts into Microsoft SQL Server SQL Scripts
  • System for Translating Relational Algebra Scripts into Oracle SQL Scripts
And now for something completely different



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