.NET Rocks!

Philip Laureano Programs In Nemerle

Episode #704 Thursday, October 6, 2011

Carl and Richard talk to Philip Laureano about Nemerle. Nemerle is a multi-paradigm programming language for .NET. Similar to C#, it goes beyond C# to provide metaprogramming features, allowing you to write code that changes code on the fly. Phil digs deep into the idea that programming languages should change to reflect what we want to do and is not afraid to do the changes himself, rather than wait for Microsoft. Brain twisting? Wait til you listen to the show!


Philip Laureano

Philip Laureano is a Technical Team Lead for Fairfax Media in Australia and has been working in software development since 1999. When he is not working on making his team awesome, you can usually find him creating his own compilers and implementing the CLR Metadata specifications for fun. Philip is the author of the LinFu and Hiro IOC container frameworks, which make extensive use of IL "voodoo" to make cool and productive things happen for the Common Language Runtime. He has also been a two-time speaker for NDC Oslo 2011, and 2012.


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