#74 Past, Present, and Future of IronPython

Released Friday, 2nd September 2016
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Have you heard of IronPython and Jython? These two alternate implementations of Python were created by Jim hugunin. They run on top of the .NET and JVM runtimes. On this episode going to look at the story of IronPython. It's been around for many years. Although the last few years, it's been somewhat stagnant.

That's why I am thrilled to introduce you to Alex Earl, who along with Benedikt Eggers, has become the maintainer of the IronPython project. It's great to see IronPython getting the attention it deserves. We'll talk about IronPython past, present, future on this episode of Talk Python To Me.

Links from the show:

IronPython on Github: github.com/IronLanguages
IronPython History: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IronPython
Alex on twitter: @alexcearl
Article on revival of IronPython:
infoworld.com/article/3096748/open-source-tools/py…
Announcement on transfer of maintainers:
mail.python.org/pipermail/ironpython-users/2016-Ju…
MS announcement cutting IronPython loose:
blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/jasonz/2010/10/21/new-com…

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