Getting a Jump-Start with IronPython

Posted by sanjivl on May 11, 2009 11:31 AM EDT; By Darrell Hawley
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As a .NET developer, you’ve probably heard IronPython mentioned in a blog post or an article, but do you know what it is? IronPython is Microsoft’s implementation of the Python language. Python is known for readability and its’ proponents claim that applications written with Python are done faster, use fewer lines of code and are more maintainable than those written using more traditional languages. The great thing about IronPython is that you get the advantages of the language, while being able to leverage your knowledge of the .NET framework. In this article, we will cover a few basic aspects of IronPython and use them to create a Windows Form.

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