From Douglas Purdy’s blog:
It is not very often that you get to be part of a team that is developing a programming language that aspires to be used by every developer on the Microsoft platform.
In addition, it is not very often that you can be part of a team that aspires to radically change the dynamics of building a new language, to the extent that a developer can write their own model-driven language in a straightforward way while getting all the language services (Intellisense, colorization, etc.) for “free”.
I am lucky enough to be on such a team – and if you are interested you could be as well.
Something to do with Oslo I guess. And Live Mesh?
All will be revealed at PDC.