CLR 4.0: Native-Managed Interoperability Improvements

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Exposing a native application to a managed application hasn’t always been the easiest experience. The good news is that there are some significant improvements in the interoperability story between native and managed code. In the current versions of the .NET Framework, the process starts with running the tlbimp tool to... Read more

CLR 4.0: In Process Side-by-Side CLR Hosting

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The CLR is the core set of APIs that make up the .NET Framework. Each release of the CLR has added functionality, with the most functionality being added in the .NET 3.0 and .NET 3.5 releases. These releases used a “layer cake model” <img src="/img/posts/2008/2008-11-10-clr-4-0-in-process-side-by-side-clr-hosting/image-6.png"... Read more

CLR 4.0: Managed Languages

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Over the years .NET has been a great platform for multiple languages, and actually launched with support for 16 different languages. Up until recently, however, it has been difficult (but not impossible) to create functional and dynamic languages for .NET. With the release of CLR 4.0, Microsoft is officially releasing... Read more

Tampa Bay IASA – Upcoming Meetings

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All of the meeting times from now through the end of 2009 have been published on our meeting registration page. The topics for the 2009 meetings have not been finalized yet…so if you are interested in speaking please let me know. Read more