Anders Hejlsberg is best known as the father of Microsoft's C# language. He's been working lately on Roslyn, Microsoft's so-called "compiler as a service" project. But it turns out that's not all Hejlsberg is working on.
Some eagle-eyed folks (hello, Felix9!) over on Microsoft's Channel 9 spotted a mention of an upcoming Hejlsberg appearance at the goto Aarhus software development conference in early October. Hejlsberg is slated to deliver a closing keynote on a "yet to be disclosed project in the Development Tools Space."
There's another interesting tidbit the Channel 9ers saw. Heilsberg's updated biography includes something that wasn't there before:
But Hejlsberg hasn't been part of that effort. He's involved in something else, it seems.
"Anders is thinking about this more from the language and tools perspective," Somasegar said. "In the past two years, we've been (thinking about) and working on this."
What do you think Hejlsberg's "big reveal" will be in early October? Any guesses?