I’m just back from an intense week in Redmond.  A few days before going I gave another talk, this time to the British Computer Society’s Advanced Programming Group.  During the talk I was asked what I meant by “metadata”.  I realized that these days I use this term to mean data about any kind of information or computing resource; whereas a few years ago it just meant “data about data”. Having metadata available wherever it can be used is a central tenet of our Software Factory vision.


Here are some interesting links about metadata:


Defining Metadata


Barry Talks!