Becoming Data-Centric

Wednesday, 24 June 2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM PDT

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Wednesday, 24 June 2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM PDT

Course Description 

A Semantic Arts one day interactive webinar on Knowledge Graphs, Semantic Technology, and Model Driven Everything


This is a one day very interactive webinar on how and why you should be beginning your journey to becoming Data-Centric. We will limit attendance to 12. We will insist that you have your video camera on, that you type along and that you direct the conversation. This will not be recorded (well it might be recorded, but only for our use). This is not going to be a passive presentation like so many you’ve been attending during shelter in place.


There will be six 50 minute sessions with a 10 minute bio and email break every hour. There will be an hour allotted to lunch, which you will have to provide your own. Dress code is shelter in place business casual.


We will have an outline of the topics we expect to cover. We will introduce a few concepts, and then ask the audience how they would like to pursue each topic (examples, hands on, white board session, Q&A etc). Every hour or so we will change topics.

Semantic Arts, Inc.

Semantic Arts is a leading provider of enterprise ontology and semantic technology consulting services.

Contact the Organizer

Dave McComb is the President and co-founder of Semantic Arts. He and his team help organizations uncover the meaning in the data from their information systems. Dave is also the author of "Semantics in Business Systems", "Software Wasteland", and "The Data-Centric Revolution". For 18 years, Semantic Arts has helped firms of all sizes in this endeavor, including Proctor & Gamble, Goldman Sachs, Schneider-Electric, Lexis Nexis, Dun & Bradstreet, and Morgan Stanley. Prior to Semantic Arts, Dave co-founded Velocity Healthcare, where he developed and patented the first fully model driven architecture. Prior to that, he was a part of the problem.

About Dave McComb