Lang.NET Symposium coverage August 14, 2006Posted by rjdohnert in Interesting Reads, Tech News.
Below is the list of Interviews the Port 25 crew had with attendee’s of Lang.NET symposium
Port 25 interviews several language technologists during the Lang.NET 2006 Symposium:
- Sam Ramji and Professor John Gough talk Virtual Machines, Dynamic Languages, Ruby and .NET (Part 1)In part one of a two part interview Sam talks with John Gough, Professor Emeritus at Queensland University of Technology, about his background in compilers and virtual machines, Dynamic Languages and how he became involved with the .NET project.
- Sam Ramji and Professor John Gough talk Virtual Machines, Dynamic Languages, Ruby and .NET (Part 2)In part two of two, Sam and Professor Gough continue their conversation focusing on Dynamic Languages and Professor Gough’s work with Ruby and .NET.
- John Lam and Sam Ramji discuss RubyCLR, Avalon Ruby Editor and Open Source FundingJohn is the creator of RubyCLR and most recently he created an Avalon Ruby Editor (we capture a short demo near the end of this video.
- Talking Mono with Miguel de IcazaIn this interview Sam and Miguel talk about the history behind Mono, the current state of the project and Miguel’s thoughts on Mono as it relates to .NET.