Microsoft is working on a phased approach to enhancing its support for dynamic languages on the company’s .Net platform. Jim Hugunin, creator of the IronPython language and a development leader on Microsoft’s CLR (Common Language Runtime) team, told eWEEK that Microsoft is working to help usher in support for dynamic languages on top of the CLR in a variety of levels or phases.
Microsoft Phasing in Support for Dynamic Languages on .Net
2006-08-09 .NET 7 Comments
That’s taken from TFA, but it really cries out for an edit.
How are we supposed to take eWeek seriously when they slice Guido out like that?