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Speaking of IronRuby, VS2010 integration would be nice...
Right now IronRuby Microsoft is not planning on integrating IronRuby in Visual Studio 2010. Want to do something about that? Sign this petition: https://connect.microsoft.c... Same deal with IronPython too: https://connect.microsoft.c... ......

Posted On Friday, November 6, 2009 11:32 AM

IronRuby and Cucumber - Cucumber Tutorial (Part 3 of 3)
<< Part 2 – A quick look at IronRuby Gambling with Cucumbers In part 2 we demonstrated how we can mix .NET and Ruby though IronRuby. The question is, why would you want to do that? It is probably easier to stick with one language for most projects. Why combine them? The problem with BDD in .NET One area where Ruby currently has a clear advantage over.NET is in the realms of Behavioral Driven Development (BDD). You can write Unit Tests and Integration Tests in .NET just fine, but what about ......

Posted On Thursday, November 5, 2009 8:32 PM

IronRuby and Cucumber - IIRB Tutorial (Part 2 of 3)
<< Part 1 - Installing IronRuby and Cucumber A quick look at IronRuby Background IronRuby is an implementation of Ruby which runs on .NETs Dynamic Language Runtime platform (the DLR). Languages hosted on the DLR are interpreted at runtime, rather than compiled then executed (like C# applications). One benefit is that code can be invoked on the fly from a command line shell. This is handy when debugging or figuring out how to do something. Other popular DLR hosted languages include IronPython ......

Posted On Thursday, November 5, 2009 8:30 PM

IronRuby and Cucumber - Installation (Part 1 of 3)
This tutorial is based on a short demo/talk I gave at the Columbus .NET Developers Group (CONDG) on IronRuby. It’s mostly designed for the .NET professional and making no assumptions of prior Ruby experience. In Part 1 we get everything installed. In Part 2 we take IronRuby for a test drive In Part 3 we use it to integrate with Cucumber. Installing IronRuby Before we get started, my instructions are more or less the same as this: http://wiki.github.com/asla... … but ......

Posted On Thursday, November 5, 2009 8:16 PM

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