Things You Can Do with the Dynamic Language Runtime

Session Summary

The Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) came out in version 1.0 with the release of .NET 4 but most developers don't know it is there and, if they do, don't know what you can do with it. In this talk we will discussed what the DLR is and, through looking at the plethora of things you can do with it, got a taste for things the DLR allows us as developers to do with it. Many have heard of the Python and Ruby support but this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Check out the video for a discussion of the many things you can do with the Dynamic Language Runtime.  Eric presented this video 2 June 2010.

Speaker Bio

Shannon Davidson Eric Sowell is an avid .NET developer who gets into as many technologies as he can though with a focus on ASP.NET. He is a Senior Application Engineer at Match.com on the international platform and enjoys writing code which serves up Html millions of times on a daily basis. Eric is the father of three children and the husband of one wife. He also has fish. When not being a geek or hanging with the family, he enjoys reading, writing and doing research primarily in the realms of ancient Greek, biblical studies and early Christianity.