@felix9: Thanks for the link ... was that just posted? Pretty late, no?
@Richard.Hein: Not sure about the exact time it posted, but I just noticed them today.
And I don't think its so late, I guess they are produced and uploaded from Europe, encoding and distributing also takes time.
Interestingly Bart said in the video above:
Currently I'm working in the Online Services Division, but my big passions are actually virtual machines and languages, I leave it to your imagination what I'm working on in Online Services.
My guess is something similiar to Tangram:
The technology stack includes a declarative side-effect free runtime, an expression language, a graph-based document architecture, and an authoring environment. The technology is shipping as part of Microsoft Powerview, and has been live in Bing since 2009.
Just a thought , of course there are many other stuff like Cosmos/Scope, or something completely new.
@felix9: Well he did say that writing De Bruijn indices has become a way of life ... what can that be used for? I thought something like Wolfram Alpha - expression rewriters, automated formula manipulation, theorem provers etc....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Bruijn_index. That would fall into the Tangram space, as well. However, Bart wouldn't bite and give me more hints when I asked.
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