October DevCares: Visual Studio 2008 & LINQ


At the core of most applications developed is the data.  Although programming languages have evolved over the years to include features that allow developers to easily utilize object-oriented programming techniques in order to represent complex models, accessing and integrating the information for these models into our applications remains a complex and daunting task.  With Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5, a general purpose query facility is being introduced to alleviate the complexities of integrating data in our applications, known as language-integrated query, or LINQ. 

Session 1:  LINQ Overview

Session 2:  LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities

Session 3:  LINQ to XML

 

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  1. At the core of most applications developed is the data. Although programming languages have evolved over

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