Building a Data Dictionary

As data grows and becomes more complex, documentation is required to develop, maintain, and share it. The task of documentation is one that is often left as an afterthought, to be dealt with when upgrades, releases, and other projects are complete.

A data dictionary is an effective way to document the contents of a database in a way that is maintainable, easy to share, and inexpensive.

This session defines a data dictionary and dives into how to build one from the ground up. From business discussions to defining data attributes to publishing a data dictionary schema, this is an opportunity to discuss a highly effective method of documentation and how it can benefit any organization that is in need of data documentation.

Edward Pollack

Data Architect | Microsoft Data Platform MVP

Albany, New York, United States


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