Stephen Goldbaum

Morgan Stanley

Executive Director, Distinguished Engineer


Stephen Goldbaum is co-creator of Morphir and an Executive Director and Distinguished Engineer at Morgan Stanley, where he has performed a variety of technical leadership roles. Stephen’s career has spanned a number of industries. He has presented extensively on Morphir, functional domain modeling, and software development. He has a M.S. in Computer Science from NYU and a B.F.A. in Music Performance.

Talks and Events

The Knowledge in Your Code

Business application developers put a wealth of business knowledge into their code. Too often, aside from executing, that information is left untapped for knowledge purposes. In fact, well-designed code is ripe with valuable information that can be extracted directly from the code for use in a variety of knowledge-based technologies. That can have direct benefits for regulated industries, like Finance, that are faced with a growing burden to demonstrate proper management of their data. This presentation explores the implementation of an entire U.S. financial regulation to demonstrate how well-designed code can be leveraged to integrate with knowledge tools like semantic, data catalog, data lineage, audit, and graph technologies.

Track: Semantic Layer

Session Topics:

  • Data Management
  • Data Governance
  • Data Modeling
  • Ontologies
  • Taxonomies
  • Semantic Layer