by MichaelF on August 07, 2006 12:30pm

 

Last week Microsoft hosted the LANG.NET symposium in Redmond.  From the program: "The conference program will focus on the pragmatics and experience of designing languages, implementing compilers, and building language tools that target managed execution platforms such as the .NET CLR and other implementations of the ECMA CLI." 

During the conference we had the opportunity to meet with a few attendees and film interviews to share with you on Port 25. 

In part one of a two part interview Sam talks with John Gough, Professor Emeritus at Queensland University of Technology, about his background in compilers and virtual machines, Dynamic Languages and how he became involved with the .NET project.

 

 

 

Attachment: johngough1.mp3