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From Nikita Ivanov <nivano...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: C++ and .NET
Date Tue, 18 Aug 2015 01:42:43 GMT
I'm already grinning from ear to ear so release should go as planned :-))
Awesome news for sure.

As a side historical note: Dmitriy (Setrakyan) and I worked on our 1st
cross-platform (Java/.NET) in-memory middleware back in 2001-2002. Back
almost 15 years ago we saw a clear need for Java and MSFT-world to be able
to work together on in-memory computing middleware. It's immensely
gratifying that ASF gets a in-memory computing software (as part of Apache
Ignite) that delivers on that idea.
Nikita Ivanov

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 5:26 PM, Dmitriy Setrakyan <dsetrakyan@apache.org>

> Hi Igniters,
> Last week GridGain has agreed to donate its C++ and .NET implementations
> for Apache Ignite to ASF. This is big news, as now Ignite will be able to
> add value to C++ and .NET communities. Together with Node.JS client, which
> is under development, this creates a fairly large Ignite ecosystem.
> These are not basic client APIs, but rather is a full-blown in-memory data
> fabric for .NET and C++ users. The goal is that users of these languages
> will not have to write any Java code at all in order to use any Apache
> Ignite features. For example, .NET users will even be able to execute C#
> closures over Apache Ignite runtime.
> For the next couple of weeks GridGain will be working on migrating and
> contributing the code and documentation to Apache Ignite. My hope is that
> it will get into 1.4 release (assuming that release gods smile upon us).
> D.

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