Microsoft to host programming language symposium

Microsoft will hold a symposium on the future of programming languages on the Microsoft platform and other platforms early next year. The Redmond, Wash., software giant will hold another of its Lang.Net conferences on its campus at the end of January, said Jim Hugunin, a leading architect on the Microsoft DLR (Dynamic Language Runtime) team. […]

Microsoft will hold a symposium on the future of programming languages on the Microsoft platform and other platforms early next year.

The Redmond, Wash., software giant will hold another of its Lang.Net conferences on its campus at the end of January, said Jim Hugunin, a leading architect on the Microsoft DLR (Dynamic Language Runtime) team. Hugunin announced the upcoming event during his talk at the Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications conference here Oct. 22.

Microsoft last held a Lang.Net Symposium in July 2006, when the company invited a list of industry luminaries to speak on projects they were working on in the realm of programming languages.

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