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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
The event driven paradigm is ubiquitous in modern software. Many texts introduce events when discussing graphical user interfaces, but the event paradigm extends well beyond that domain. Events also play important roles in operating systems, component based systems, reactive systems, middleware, web services and other fields. Computer science educators have an obligation to see that our students thoroughly understand the event paradigm and have some grounding in tools to develop event drivendoi:10.1145/1028174.971430 fatcat:nr7nuz2fyvcq3myphszaznefze