Hi, I just noticed that Channel9 (Microsoft's community website -- at least as far as Microsoft's definition of "community" goes) posted a video interview with Dr. Wayne Kelly, Senior Lecturer at Queensland University of Technology and maintainer of Ruby.NET. Haven't watched it yet (still downloading), so I can't comment on the quality. (Typically, the interviewers are Microsoft employees and specifically C# Windows developers, so when it comes to more esoteric stuff like dynamic or functional programming or alternative operating systems their questions tend to not be exactly the smartest.) Clicky here: <http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=295197>. jwm
on 2007-03-26 22:25
on 2007-03-27 04:20
On Mar 26, 4:24 pm, Jörg W Mittag <Joerg.Mit...@Web.De> wrote: > their questions tend to not be exactly the smartest.) > > Clicky here: <http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=295197>. > > jwm Interesting that the guy just picked Ruby to implement on top of .NET, but really isn't a true proponent of Ruby. He apparently just picked Ruby as one of the more popular dynamic languages to use for his compiler project. A bit off topic, but why does Microsoft show all of these video feeds of interviews when there's no graphs, charts, or other visual aids? I feel like I'm watching a police interrogation...