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Some interesting thoughts on what the future of the .NET platform might hold. I agree Dynamic Language Runtime(s) will see lots of attention over 2008, and we've been here already with much of the activity on the Java platform over the past few years - Groovy and JRuby to name but a few. Outside of these, there are some obvious candidates that could find themselves under the spot light of DLR spot light, but these technologies that have the weight of support of Redmond should be watched closely.
Perhaps this will even help us get to the point where by developers, architects alike to compare managed run times across what should be regarded as key assets: cross-platform availability, runtime performance and ease of development.
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