I think knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can.
But then it dawned on me that the opinion of someone who is always wrong has its own special utility to decision-makers.
Chapter 5, the “do’s,” should help with some thorny logical data modeling situations by presenting best practices from some of the best data modelers in the business. There is also an almost equal number of best-practice don’ts. Sometimes the don’ts are more useful than the do’s.
Data value–differentiated entities ...