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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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Thursday - Event Driven Programming

Sean Corfield started off his session by saying he presented it at Scotch on the Rocks and received a lot of "deer in the headlights" looks.

I have to admit that coming out of the session I was one of those people. This was one session I was looking forward to and hoping I could keep up with. I didn't grasp most of what he was talking about. Even so, I like to know what people are investigating and working on. You never know when something might apply to a project you're working on.

One thing I did sort of follow was the idea of events "bubbling up" through a set of nested components. The idea is that you may have several components nested several layers deep. With the techniques Sean talked about you could announce an event in one of the child components and the call could go up through the nested components to a parent component. The reverse would also be true where an event would traverse down to a child component. At least I think that is what he was trying to get across.

Sean has put together a framework he calls Edmund (named after one of his cats and some other influences). It is available on riaforge.

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