Back to the CLR
Five years in tech context is a really really long time. So it struck me last week Matt Warren tweeted about two blogs I wrote 5 years ago about the intrinsics of the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) and it triggered a lot of people:
Ever wondered what the CLR is doing 'behind-the-scenes' to make PInvoke and [DllImport] work? This great post from @RuurdKeizer explains all https://t.co/NxLDiWtixR there's also an interesting follow-up, 'Compile time marshalling' https://t.co/8K5X98Ol4f pic.twitter.com/TETYV6RuhF— Matt Warren (@matthewwarren) May 3, 2019
Apparently I wrote about something that doesn’t age so fast. Moreover, there’s still a pretty large community of geeks who like to understand what’s under the hood.
The two posts: