We set out to investigate what it takes to implement a dynamic language
for the .NET platform and the DLR, and what better way than to ask
someone that has already done it. So we interviewed Fredrik Holmström
consistent with the naming pattern of the .NET dynamic languages like
IronRuby or IronPython. We discovered what possibilities a dynamic
language adds on top of the static CLR languages, what the porting
process is, as well as a deep look into the IronJS internals.