Dynamic and meta-programming in .NET 4

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With the introduction of the C# dynamic keyword and the Dynamic Language Runtime, it's now possible to extend your C# programs to use a dynamic style.  Your program can figure out at run-time what classes, fields, properties and methods it needs, and can use the new dynamic features to create and access them.  Learn how to do things that previously required you to learn a whole new language, all within the familiar environment of C# and .NET 4 -- and find out how it all works behind the scenes.

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