Python has been around for a while now and Ruby on Rails has certainly brought the Ruby language to the fore in recent years. So what is it with all this dynamic language stuff that’s been going on in the industry lately, and why should you care? More importantly, why is Microsoft bothering to release projects that allow Ruby and Python to run on the .NET stack? And what tools would you need to use to do your own development work using one of these languages?
The answers to all these questions and more can be asked of none other than Nick Hodge (@nickhodge) at this months meeting as we get a run down on the DLR, the languages themselves and the tools you need to develop with them.
If you’re coming, let us know via the poll on the site so we can make sure there’s enough Pizza to go around :-)
We look forward to seeing you there!
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