I’m sure you’ve all been drinking the MIX from the conference that’s going on in Vegas at the moment, but in case you haven’t I wanted to call this out. Dynamic Languages are becoming an important new RAD tool to be familiar with, especially when consuming and aggregating web services.

 

We announced at MIX a Dynamic Language Runtime that will be shipped as part of the .NET Framework inside Silverlight. That means multiple dynamic languages supported by the .NET Framework in multiple-browsers – really amazing.

 

The mechanics and design goals for the DLR are discussed by one of the lead architects, Jim Hugunin over on his blog. You should check it out. He’ll be updating the series over the coming weeks, now that the wraps are off.

 

Well done Jim and the whole DLR team.