Data Model Patterns (Was: Groves and Architectural Forms)
clark.evans at manhattanproject.com
Tue Feb 9 18:07:54 GMT 1999
Has anyone on the list read David Hay's
book "Data Model Patterns" ?
His book describes patterns that arise when modeling
systems using a relational database. It is *very* good.
I've been doing corporate database work for 6 years at
companies like Ford, GM (transitively), Gartner Group,
as well as many small corporations. Anyway, his patterns
hit home hard -- the models he has published are very close
to those that I came up with after painful corrections.
Anyway, towards the end of the book he gets a bit
philosophical and proposes a "universal pattern".
It is strikingly similar to Groves. I guess this
should be no suprise...
:) Clark Evans
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