NEWS RELEASE 03/21/2009
Common Persistent Model Patterns for Performance and/or Scalability Optimization: Call for Submissions.
ODBMS.ORG, a vendor-independent non-profit group of high-profile
software experts lead by Prof. Roberto Zicari, today announced
the opening of a call for submissions for Common Persistent Model
Patterns for Performance and/or Scalability Optimization.
ODBMS.ORG invites both vendors and Application architects,
Enterprise architects, Developers who use databases to submit
implementation techniques (database design patterns) which are
generally useful for all adopters.
The best submissions will be published in a new series of reports
in ODBMS.ORG. All submissions will be published under free
"It is common practice that some database designers treat an
Object Database (ODB) like a Relational Database (RDB). That is
they are very query intensive rather than model intensive in
Some designers start with a “relational” model, and then adjust
it to a model that is more "ODB-oriented", or closer to their
problem domain, in order to get better results. This task is
difficult. " says Roberto V. Zicari, Editor of ODBMS.ORG
To help developers in their design task, ODBMS.ORG will report
"common persistent model patterns for performance and/or
Moreover, ODBMS.ORG will give an Award for the most valuable
pattern as voted by the ODBMS.ORG community.
Submissions should be sent as reports in .pdf only.
Submissions will be considered only if indicating the name of the
auhor(s) (or team), affiliation, complete address, and e-mail.
If the submission includes some actual software, you should
*before* contact me to verify the modality of the submission.
Please send your submission by e-mail to: editor at odbms dot org
Deadline for submissions: May 29, 2009
Public Voting: between May 30-June 20, 2009
Awards for the pattern which receives the highest votes: June 25, 2009
ODBMS.ORG (www.odbms.org) is a vendor-independent, not-for-profit educational program
on object database technology and the integration between object-oriented programming
and databases. Designed by Prof. Roberto Zicari of Frankfurt University, the program's
goal is to promote and further the use of object databases - by offering free resources
for students, faculty and researchers at universities and research centers, as well
as for JAVA and .NET developers in the commercial and the open source world. Content
is provided by a panel of internationally recognized experts, who share research
articles and teaching materials with the community via the organization's Web portal.
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