Portland, OR (PRWEB) July 03, 2014
Technics Publications’ annual Data Modeling Zone (DMZ) conference is in Portland, Oregon, October 20-22, at the Sentinel Hotel. DMZ contains over 60 data modeling sessions this year with speakers and attendees traveling from all parts of the globe. The Portland Data Management Association (DAMA) chapter’s annual DAMA Day event is on October 23 so that two speakers presenting at DMZ, John Giles and Karen Lopez, can also speak at Portland DAMA Day.
Data Modeling Zone costs $1,695 and Portland DAMA Day costs $395, but attendees can register for DMZ at http://www.DataModelingZone.com using the promo code DAMADayDMZ, and will receive $100 off DMZ along with free admission to Portland DAMA Day.
Steve Hoberman, President of Technics Publications, says, “With John Giles traveling from Australia and Karen Lopez from Toronto, Canada, it makes sense to have these two data modeling experts stay for another day and present at Portland DAMA. It’s a win all around; as attendees receive a $500 discount to both events, DAMA Portland gets two great speakers for their event, and more people learn about our DMZ conference. Portland is rapidly becoming a technology hub and therefore we are really excited to be having our conference here.”
Data Modeling Zone: http://www.datamodelingzone.com/Program.aspx
About DAMA Portland: The Portland Metro Chapter of the Data Administration Management Association is a not-for-profit, vendor-independent, professional association dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of enterprise information and data resource management. Our primary purpose is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing data, information and knowledge resources as key enterprise assets.
About Technics Publications: Technics Publications is the premier publisher of data management, business process, and analytics texts. Technics Publications also organizes the Data Modeling Zone conferences. Their website is http://www.TechnicsPub.com, and the conference website is http://www.DataModelingZone.com.