New Ruby <=> CLR bridge in the works
John Lam is working on his own version that promises to be faster. Sweet.
As businesses and startups increasingly avoid Microsoft for various reasons - high cost of licensing and compliance administration, unpredictable cost of upgrades over the long-run, and concerns over security - wouldn't it be smart if your .NET business layer could be ported to *nix without having to convert your C# and VB.NET to Java, PHP, or Python?
Speaking of Python, has anyone heard anything new about IronPython?