and 10x your per-hour output...For FREE!
Yes, for FREE, but only for a limited time.
You won't achieve significant gains unless you quit writing code for one page at a time. You can try to switch to the in vogue language in search of higher productivity, but whether you're programming a WebApp, doing middleware, microservices or even documentation. The slow way is to to go one class at a time, a page a time or endpoint at a time. You need to think about ways to write down a machine-readable description of the application and user experience, know how to codify that, then let the computer generate the application automatically.
Metadata is data or information that provides information about other data.
You probably heard about it a lot the last few years, how certain "entities" are collecting metadata on individuals in the form of telephone numbers to be able identifying national threats, and this by not knowing what they said but meerly identifying with whom, when and how often they were in contact. Sounds scary, and it is, but that is the power of metadata.
Actually, there is a lot more to metadata, but unfortunately, there are not many books or courses out there. Even if you find them, nobody is showing you how to leverage metadata to work faster.
I've used it for
- Generating source code in my applications.
- Comparing databases and tables on row to row and field level.
- To quickly create tools that extract, transform, load (ETL) data.
- In prices comparison systems.
- To both document and create reporting systems.
Quickening by Metadata
Anyone who has watched the highlander knows the "Imortals" produce a powerful energy release from their body called a "Quickening."
Maybe this comparison is a bit cheesy and that it is me in the picture below, but, I believe you will feel this powerful when you learn the how to leverage metadata.
Learn the 3 tables needed for almost any job!
I will show you how to use and organise your metadata, which we will use for anything from stock prices to mapping databases.
Map columns and quickly generate extract and load jobs.
Are you ready for the next level?
In the first module of this online course I am building a tool that can compare database data models. It uses the three core tables I already mentioned and serves as an ideal starting place. Want to find out more, then you'll need to sign up to the metadata mailing list which, at the moment, is the only way I will be sharing this info.
But why free?
At this time, if you sign up now, its costing you nothing, but why would I do that, well I need people who are geniunly intersted in metadata and wanting to look at the course material. I will adapt as I go along, which gives you a great opportunity too, because you can ask me questions directly.