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    PerfectPhase said:

    http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/TL10/     Jump to 13:55   

     

    lol, but he didn't actually say whether or not it was an after the fact thing he noticed or was brought attention to.  Other than that he was just noting a few enterprise/industrial strength selling points about what Iron meant to him personally for the presentation.

     

    I still believe that Iron is a way to prefix a dynamicly typed language on a strongly typed runtime. Wink