Category Archives: DLR

F# and the Dynamic Lookup Operator ala C#

In the previous post, we covered various scenarios around how we’d make the syntax around using the MongoDB C# Driver a little nicer and less stringy.  And before that we looked at using and abusing these so called dynamic lookup … Continue reading 

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MEF, Ruby and the machinations of Nicholas Blumhardt

Recently we were fortunate to have Nicholas Blumhardt join the MEF team. Before joining Microsoft, Nick was a busy man building enterprise software solutions, including developing Autofac, one of the popular IoC containers. Nick is very passionate about incorporating software … Continue reading 

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Static versus Dynamic Languages – Attack of the Clones

Very recently there has been an ongoing debate between static and dynamically typed languages.  Since it seems that there has been some Star Wars references, I thought I’d add my own.  I originally wanted to cover this as part of … Continue reading 

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Ruby on Rails on the DLR, getting closer

Just caught this little gem from John Lam on Twitter This is very good news.

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