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I am currently reading Railo 3 Beginner's Guide by Mark Drew, et. al

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Live as if you were living a second time, and as though you had acted wrongly the first time.
Viktor Frankl, author, neurologist and psychiatrist, Holocaust survivor (1905-1997)

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Wednesday - RAD OO by Peter Bell

Peter Bell presented a session on 'RAD OO' concepts - things that help him get more code done. I like listening to Peter Bell and reading his blog but I must confess to not understanding a lot of what he talks about.

Some of the things in his presentation:

  • Patterns
  • Collections of tools
  • DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself)

He favors XML configuration over programming. It allows him to automatically process code, enforce constraints, generate documentation, and run tests.

He believes in using Base Classes. Most code is similar and can be broken into a baseService, baseDAO, and baseController

He uses Optional Classes. You should only create CFCs with code and all others should instantiate base classes.

His biggest advance is using Iterating Business Objects. They can encapsulate a recordset, handle iteration through it, and create generic getters/setters (which can be overloaded).

I started getting lost around this point.

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