The data modeling sessions at Pause have always had a big impact and so far there are some great ones planned for October in Portland.
Dave Graham – Workforce.org : Let’s Party! – pitfalls and benefits to implementing a Party Model and generalized frameworks in FileMaker.
Jason Young – SeedCode : Wet and Dry Development in FileMaker checking our assumptions
Todd Geist – geistinteractive : Universal Context You can get there from here!
Kevin Frank : Runtime Code – Blurring the distinction between data and schema. If you have examples, bring them to share.
These remind me of the grand-daddies of data modeling sessions: Ernest Koe’s 2010 session on MVC, and Corn Walker’s followup in 2011: Beyond A/B: A Minimalist Graph Approach – What happens when you take Chris Crim’s vision seriously?
(Sessions won’t be recorded this year unless presenters want to record their own.)