Check out the IronPython for ASP.NET home-page to learn more about the
IronPython for ASP.NET CTP download. You can also read
a great whitepaper that David Ebbo wrote that describes the changes made to
the ASP.NET parser to better support dynamic languages and compilation here (these
can be used by both IronPython and any other dynamic language).
Lastly, to learn more about IronPython itself I'd recommend
watching this great videocast (with demos) that Jod Udell did with Jim
Hugunin back in September. Jim codes up some cool demos on the fly,
including building a calculator within WPF using IronPython that integrates
with the Speech APIs. He also then shows how you can optionally refactor performance
critical code from Python into strongly typed languages like C# and seamlessly
work across the two. You can now use all of the same techniques with
IronPython and ASP.NET.
Hope this helps,