Iron Curt

Dynamic Languages and the Programmers that Love Them

November, 2008

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About Iron Curt

Curt Hagenlocher is a developer on the "GO Team" of the Visual Studio Managed Languages group.  He works on implementing IronPython and IronRuby.  In his spare time, he likes to write about himself in the third person.

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    DynamicObject

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    At PDC this year, both Anders and Jim used a helper “DynamicObject” class in their demos. This is actually a standard class in the DLR, which is why it’s in the “System” namespace. Unfortunately, DynamicObject didn’t make it into the CTP, and the version...
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    C# Dynamic and Multiple Dispatch

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    I crashed Mads' C# Tech Chat at Tech Ed EMEA in Barcelona on the grounds that the dynamic world has monkey-patched C#.  It was fun, and I had the opportunity to answer a few dynamic/DLR-related questions that Mads was probably more capable of handling...
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    TechEd EMEA 2008

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    I’ll be speaking at a few sessions in Barcelona next week.  Of particular note is that the date, time and location of the “Microsoft Visual Studio Languages Chat” has been updated to fix a scheduling conflict.  See below for the details. TLA328...
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