05 June 2006

Using DLINQ with ASP.NET (Part 2 of my LINQ series)

ScottGu has just posted Part 2 of his series on Language Integrated Query (LINQ). If you're a .NET developer and haven't played with or heard about LINQ yet then now is an excellent time to catch up. The rumor is that Microsoft will be releasing a new version with a Go-Live license this summer. You know what that means. If you're building packaged .NET software this is going to be one crazy summer.

I know a lot of developers that are blowing off looking at LINQ until it's gold. That's a huge mistake. LINQ represents a major shift for C#. There's a lot more to LINQ than just an expression syntax for SQL and XML. There's dynamic typing and anonymous variables. This is really another step toward Declaritive Programming. You really don't want to miss out on this.


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