What we're about

The Alberta Data Architecture (ADA) Community is an informal organization of data professionals that meet regularly to discuss matters of interest to the data community, and to network with like-minded individuals.

Our meetings are interactive, starting with 15-20 minutes of presentation by subject area experts, followed by an hour of discussion and Q&A between the experts and the audience.

We follow each meeting with networking and further conversation at a nearby restaurant.

Come for the lively discussions and stay for the networking!

We meet downtown on the second Wednesday of every other month, from September through May. Room opens at 5, meeting starts at 5:30. We understand that commuting or commitments can delay you, please feel free to join the meeting in progress.

We welcome data architects, modellers, analysts, testers, students, and anyone else with an interest in data and information management.

Join our Meetup group “Alberta Data Architecture” to be notified about upcoming meetings. You can also get more information by visiting AlbertaDataArchitecture.org (https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2FAlbertaDataArchitecture.org) or joining our LinkedIn group "Alberta Data Architecture Community". To contact us directly (e.g. to suggest a topic or to volunteer as a subject matter expert), email us at Info@AlbertaDataArchitecture.org .

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Agile Sucks for Data: Agree or Disagree

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Is the Traditional Data Warehouse dead?

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