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March, 2005

  • Jason Zander's blog

    .NET Compact Framework Perf Improvements

    My peer on the Compact Frameworks team Mike Zintel has an interesting post about new performance improvements in version 2.0 . I was at the product review and was very impressed by everything they've accomplished in V2. Mike is also an accomplished photographer...
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    Why should your language target the CLR?

    In my post on a meeting with some JVM experts , I mentioned a few high level notes on our dynamic language support. James Barnes asked for a response to Patrick Logan's article on the subject . Patrick points out my post wasn't deep on details, and could...
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    Announcing IronPython 0.7 Ready for Download

    Today at PyCon, Jim Hugunin announced the availability of IronPython 0.7 which you can download from this site . We are releasing the code under a BSD style Shared Source license . This version runs on the Whidbey CLR (V2.0) which has features like LCG...
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    Microsoft Technology Summit Notes on the CLR

    This morning I met with a group of industry influencers who are more exports in the JVM community. I brought with me a few folks from the CLR team, including Jim Miller, Brad Abrams, and Jim Hugunin. Rather than do a lot of presenting (I had only 9 slides...
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    March CTP of WinFX (Avalon, Indigo, .NET FX) now posted on MSDN

    I'm back! I was OOF for a bit after getting pretty sick coming back from Bucharest and Tel Aviv. But I had to report that the March CTP was just posted today on MSDN . This is the first combined drop of Avalon and Indigo targeting the same CLR, as well...
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