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I work as a developer on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) team, specifically in the areas of exception handling and CLR hosting.

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IronPython is the Python implementation for the CLR and Mono.
Interestingly, as evident from the following blog entry, the author of Iron Python wanted to show how bad CLR design is for dynamic languages, but ended up finding it a good target instead, and consequently resulted in writing Python for the CLR:
Posted on Monday, June 14, 2004 2:07 PM General | Back to top

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