IronRuby and IronPython on the next Israeli .NET User Group Meeting

This year I’ve decided to learn about Dynamic languages. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you know that I’ve been learning IronPython for the last year and now I want to share my experience with other .NET developers, And for that purpose I’ll be presenting the .NET dynamic languages with the help of Shay Friedman (aka IronShay) at the Israeli .NET user group.

When?

August 18th, 17:30-20:30.

Where?

The Israeli .NET User Group (IDNUG) August meeting,
Microsoft offices, Dekel room
HaPnina 2, floor 0
Raanana, ISRAEL

What?

17:30 – 18:00   Assembly
18:00 – 19:15   “Introduction to IronRuby”
                           Shay Friedman
19:15 – 19:30   Break
19:30 – 20:30  “Introduction to IronPython”
                           Dror Helper

Abstract #1: Introduction to IronRuby
Ruby has been a home for some great innovative frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Cucumber and Rake. IronRuby has recently been released, unleashing the power of Ruby to the .NET world. In this session you will get familiar with the Ruby language and its amazing ecosystem and you will learn to take advantage of it in your everyday development tasks. Come and see how this great new addition to the .NET family makes your development process faster, clearer and happier.

Abstract #2: Introduction to IronPython
Do you want to learn about dynamic languages and their uses? IronPython is a good place to start. This dynamic .NET language can be used to develop just about anything – windows application, web services and Silverlight to name a few. This session will explain what Python is all about and how to write .NET applications using IronPython. The session is intended for .NET developers without any previous knowledge of Python that want to learn about the power of Dynamic Languages.

How?

Register now at https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032456794&culture=he-IL

 

So if you’re interested of learning more join us on august 18th – for an opportunity to see a great speaker (and myself 😉 ).

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