Friday, April 10, 2009

The Fundamentals of the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)

From the Microsoft web library, six videos (with full transcript) on the Dynamic Language Runtime.
The videos are presented by Nancy Strickland from IT Mentors.
After a general introduction to dynamic languages in the DLR, I’ll talk about what you have to download and install in order to use dynamic languages with .NET. Then, we’ll look at two of the new .NET Dynamic Languages, IronPython and IronRuby and we’ll work with some of the basic syntax using the command line interface. Then we’ll talk about the role of dynamic languages in Silverlight and we’ll use three tools for creating, editing and testing web applications that use dynamic languages: Chiron, the DLR console and Visual Studio 2008.
The six sessions are:
  1. Introduction and installation
  2. Command line IronPython and IronRuby
  3. Silverlight
  4. Silverlight with Chiron demo
  5. DLR Languages in Visual Studio
  6. Visual Studio Silverlight Projects demo

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