nope, will be later. check GabeAul's tweets..
oh ??? I can't see an x64 build of it. are you talking about the x86-x64 in iso filename ? I'm not sure what that means actually, but it doesn't seems like a x64 editon is there.
actually what he said was: http://joeduffyblog.com/2012/10/30/beware-the-string/That might sound like an oxymoron, but our system can in fact beat the pants off all the popular native programming environments.
.NET Micro Framework team shared some info about a new AOT compiler,very interesting, not sure if relaed though
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/netmfteam/archive/2015/06/30/changing-of-the-guard.aspxAt this point we have the new architecture building applications and the results are very gratifying. The full language support is in, the performance is comparable with or better than C++ options on the platforms we are targeting, and even without all the optimizations in place, the resulting apps are in the 10s of K range.
Joe Duffy hinted that its the AOT part of LLILC
new episode again.
Eric Rudder is leaving Microsoft, in latest reorg.
Arlie Davi, has left Microsoft
Leif Kornstaedt, updated his LinkedIn profile
https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=10290166&authType=name&authToken=79rGSoftware Engineering Lead/Architect, Technical Strategy Incubation
January 2008 – June 2014 (6 years 6 months)Redmond, Washington
Joining an incubation project in fairly early stages provided me a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in exploring a redesign of the entire software stack. I had the good fortune to work with and learn from many outstanding engineers, and we had an amazing time.
and lastly, I found the resume of Rob Jellinghaus
http://robjsoftware.org/resume-of-rob-jellinghaus/Microsoft Corp., 2013 – present: Wavefront team. Worked on a team applying advanced systems programming language innovation to the task of improving the Internet Explorer code base. Ported Internet Explorer's HTML 5 parser from C++ to a systems-programming-oriented dialect of C#.
Microsoft Corp., 2008 – 2013: Midori team. As member of 100-person incubation team, co-developed web browser using entirely safe managed systems programming environment based on extended C# dialect. Single-handedly wrote the initial HTML5 parser and CSS parser (latter using ANTLR) for the project's web browser. Wrote HTML-based window manager for system's GUI shell. Ported portions of large cloud data server from C++ to extended C# dialect.
Development Manager, Operating Systems Group
February 2015 – Present (5 months)Redmond, Washington
As one of the Windows Engineering System teams, my team works to advance the state of the art of how OSG uses its programming languages, to improve correctness and developer productivity. Among other things, we get to be early adopters of upcoming C++17 features in real-world code and provide feedback to language designers while features take shape.
Do you have a passion for safer systems programming? We're hiring!
now what is this ? https://careers.microsoft.com/jobdetails.aspx?jid=180916&pp=VRSenior Software Engineer – OSG
If the opportunity to impact millions of users is what inspires you, this is an amazing place to be. The Operating Systems Group Division builds platforms that enable amazing customer experiences across our whole family of devices. Our team within OSG is upgrading the programming languages we use in OSG, to make developers more productive and software more correct.
We are looking for a strong software engineer, who will partner with design teams across Microsoft to improve language design. This includes overcoming technical obstacles in adopting language, compiler, and library features rapidly.
The successful candidate has a passion for code quality, and a strong history of driving for results across organizational boundaries. Additional desirable skills include: experience building programming language runtimes or memory managers; 5 years of experience with C++ and C# and their interoperation; knowledge of refactoring and code analysis tools; programming language design; and ability to dive into complex, unfamiliar codebases.
now here comes today's big news, Joe Duffy is preparing lots of docs to "share the learnings" from Midori/M# projects. :D
@josefajardo I've got ~30 blog posts queued up... just need to find the time. Also looking at doing a couple conference papers.— Joe Duffy (@xjoeduffyx) 2015/6/16
but sadly the code itself won't be released
@migueldeicaza If Midori started in Microsoft of today, it'd have been OSS'd from Day#1. Sadly now all that's possible is sharing learnings.— Joe Duffy (@xjoeduffyx) 2015/6/16