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Dynamic Languages on .NET - IronPython and Beyond

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  • Blog Post: The One True Object (Part 1)

    I'm very excited by the level of interest that I'm seeing from folks who want to better understand what the DLR is all about. I'm also sorry that we don't have a fully documented detailed story for you today. If you want a detailed whitepaper and documented APIs, you're going to have to wait a while...
  • Blog Post: First DLR talk video from MIX

    First, my apologies for not posting my first entry on the type system yesterday. I was completely wiped out after preparing and delivering this talk and then talking to all the interested people here at MIX. For those of you who aren't at MIX, you can see a video of John's and my talk . Also, for...
  • Blog Post: A Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)

    Today, at MIX 07 , we announced a new level of support for dynamic languages on .NET that we're calling the DLR. From the beginning, Microsoft's .NET framework was designed to support a broad range of different programming languages on a Common Language Runtime (CLR). The CLR provides shared services...
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