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Friday, June 12, 2009

Data vs. Model Driven Programming 

MSDN
But whereas the phrase “data-driven” implies the use of data as the driving mechanism, a model-driven application is one in which the data is exposed and consumed as models, highly structured, interoperable data. Furthermore, while we often described the use to which data is put with the words “application state” data or “metadata,” in truth data is data. Application and state data (as well as metadata about both that application and its state data) can be equally stored, queried, and often executed by runtimes.

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