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sitting in a session watching /:

    • getting input from an html input element...
    • write a ruby block...
    • responding to a c# event...
    • calling a visual basic function to get JSON serialized information...
    • then doing some other stuff in python...
    • executing animation with javascript...

...all in a single app, powered by the dynamic language runtime in Silverlight.

i think i just peed my pants.

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scottgu just announced microsoft is providing a ruby implementation for .net...nice.

before mix i had a chance to sit down with , a program manager at microsoft working on the dynamic language runtime that was announced at .  i went to seattle and carved off a moment to talk with him as they prepared for .  i've put the recording up on my *cast site for you to view/listen to.  some interesting things he talks about and how happy he is to finally break his silence.  in the middle, the small edit you'll see is when his office-mate, tomas matousek, comes in and joins us -- tomas is working on the ruby implementation on top of the dlr.

i've put it in my *cast feed link (note: there is an mp3-only feed as well) as well as on channel 9 for people to watch.