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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Offbeat DLR. Dynamic Language Runtime!

Alright, so in the Amp It up! Microsoft mega year of releases, I thought I would share in some interesting development item that I came across. I a software engineer at heart. Even though my title states Senior Technical Architect, I still love the write code. With that said I thought I would post about a ZDNet blog entry I came across. I is about the DLR or "Dynamic Language Runtime." I know what your thinking? Dynamics Languages now part as the CLR?! Well not yet... but this is very interesting in that Microsoft is releasing this layer of the CLR for "Dynamic Languages." Check it out: ZDNet Post. DLR.

So a Dynamics Language, in these terms are languages like:

  • Ruby

  • Perl

  • PHP

  • Pyhton



etc. Implmentations of some of these dynamic languages already exist with .Net CLR but Microsoft is trying to make the CLR more attractive to Dynamic language programmers.
This is from Hugunin explantation of Microsoft's Dynamic Language intentions:

"What we're going to try hard to do is, instead of doing a dynamic language specification, provide a dynamic language library and have guidance on how to use it, because I'm a firm believer in whenever you can capture something in code instead of text it's a far better way to capture it. So we're going to try to capture as much of these guidelines as we can in code."

You may be wondering what this has to do with Dynamics AX and CRM? Well as Dynamics AX and CRM are more and more customized and developed in .Net such dynamic development languages can be used to achieve such customizations and development needs, openning up great possibilities for develop cycles, and how things get developed. So I would classify this as an off beat topic, that could pretain to Dynamics AX 6.0. :-) Well check back soon as I dive deeper in Dynamics CRM, as well as Connecting InfoPath 2007 to Dynamics AX 4.01!


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2 Comments:

Blogger Jan B. Kjeldsen said...

You might find this Eweek article on the subject interesting:

http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,2123861,00.asp

1:46 AM  
Blogger Max Belugin said...

Pyhton -> Python

8:44 AM  

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