LINQ Reference Documentation

The LINQ documentation created by Microsoft is available both inside Visual Studio, and for free via the MSDN library found on the WEB. Here are some important pages from that documentation that can help you navigate through the online reference material that Microsoft has prepared for LINQ developers: · The Root MSDN Library Page: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/default.aspx…

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Anders Hejlsberg Video on C# Dynamic

In this Channel 9 video C# architect Anders Hejlsberg answers some commonly asked questions about the new Dynamic features that will be included in C# 4.0. Building on the talk that he gave at PDC,  Anders chats with C# Community PM Charlie Calvert. They discuss questions that community members have asked and riff on themes…

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XNA Game Studio 3.0

The good folks who put together our gaming tools have released XNA Game Studio 3.0. They have a message they asked me to share with you: “XNA Game Studio 3.0 appeals to game developers of every level and now enables commercial community games to be written for Xbox LIVE. XNA Game Studio 3.0 supports C#…

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New Features in C# 4.0 Paper, plus Feedback and Samples

Mads Torgersen, a C# PM and member of the C# design team, has worked with other members of the C# team to create a document that outlines the new features in C# 4.0. Along with Anders’ PDC talk, this is probably the best way to get an overview of what the C# team has planned…

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Community Convergence XLVII

Welcome to the 47th Community Convergence. We had a very successful trip to PDC this year. In this post I’ll outline some of the highlights, and give you a chance to share in some of the excitement by linking to online versions of the talks from the C#, VB, IronRuby, IronPython and F# teams. Speakers…

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