Workshop for implementers of The Third Manifesto (June 2011) at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle, England. Many thanks to David Livingstone for the initiative and organisation. Further information plus speakers' presentation slides at notes are at the web site.
Video at O'Reilly: "The Closed World Assumption", by Chris Date
Video at O'Reilly: "Nullology", by Chris Date
Video at O'Reilly: "View Updating: How to Make It Work", by Chris Date
Video at O'Reilly: "An Introduction to Set Theory", by Chris Date
The Askew Wall, Hugh Darwen's lecture given annually at several UK universities since 1990. Background to The Third Manifesto.
The Importance of Column Names, by Hugh Darwen. For the Ingres Users Association, UK, 06 October, 2003.
Database Constraints - A Woeful State of Affairs, by Hugh Darwen. For the UK Oracle User Group annual conference, December, 2008. The background to this presentation was this course work exercise.
How to Handle Missing Information without Using NULL, by Hugh Darwen. Alternative title, "The Final Null in The Coffin", was considered. For Warwick University undergrads, 09 May, 2003; Scottish Oracle Users Group, November 2004; Unix SIG of UK Oracle Users Group, 26 May, 2005; UK Oracle Users Group annual conference, November 2005.
Temporal Data and the Relational Model, Hugh Darwen's summary of the book, for Warwick University.
VLDB, Hong Kong, August 2002: Foundation Matters keynote address by C.J. Date
Towards an Agreeable Model of Type Inheritance staff seminar by Hugh Darwen, given at several UK universities, 2000-2001.
Hugh Darwen's home page at Warwick University, where you can find his course materials.