ironruby Archive

IronRuby for the .NET Developer Part 2

Have you heard of Ruby? It’s an expressive, malleable, and fun language you can use in any Microsoft .NET-connected application. In this session we look at using IronRuby and the DLR to extend .NET-connected applications, test user

IronRuby for the .NET Developer – Part 1

Have you heard of Ruby? It’s an expressive, malleable, and fun language you can use in any Microsoft .NET-connected application. In this session we look at using IronRuby and the DLR to extend .NET-connected applications, test user

Using Dynamic Languages to Develop Microsoft Silverlight Applications

Learn how to use the Microsoft Visual Basic/C# DLR integration to test a statically-typed application with IronRuby. See how to develop a Silverlight application end-to-end with IronRuby, and how programming with dynamic languages helps improve the dev

Jimmy Schementi: Inside IronRuby

Jimmy Schementi is a Program Manager (and developer) on the IronRuby team. IronRuby is an Open Source implementation of the Ruby programming language for .NET, heavily relying on Microsoft’s Dynamic Language Runtime. IronRuby is Ruby, but implemented

Pumping Iron: Dynamic Languages on .NET

As you may know, Microsoft is developing IronPython and IronRuby, .NET implementations of the popular open-source programming languages Python and Ruby. While it’s clear that Microsoft wants to attract existing Python and Ruby developers to .NET, the