Building a LINQ IQueryable provider – Part XV (IQToolkit v0.15)

This is the fifteenth in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts you might try searching for the audio tapes on www.Bing.com.  That would be a lot easier than reading. You won’t find any, but you’ll feel better for having tried. Complete…

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Building a LINQ IQueryable provider – Part XIV

This is the fourteenth in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts you might request a weeks vacation, sit back, relax with a mochacino in one hand a netbook in the other, or if you’ve got better things to do with your…

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Building a LINQ IQueryable Provider – Part XII

This is the twelfth in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts you probably were born yesterday. How could you possibly make sense of this post without any context at all?  At least make an attempt. Sometimes I don’t know why I…

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LINQ: Building an IQueryable Provider – Part XI

This is the eleventh in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts you’ll want to do so before proceeding, or at least before proceeding to copy the code into your own project and telling your boss you single-handedly solved the data layer…

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Mocks Nix – An Extensible LINQ to SQL DataContext

I often get asked how LINQ to SQL is supposed to be used with Test Driven Design (TDD).  Okay, not really.  People aren’t knocking on my door or calling me at 3:00 am.  I do, however, occasionally read developers angst on their personal blogs. It seems they are trying to actually do this, but are…

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LINQ: Building an IQueryable Provider – Part VI

This is the sixth in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts you might want to file for a government grant and take sabbatical because you’ve got a lot of catching up to do. 🙂 Complete list of posts in the Building an IQueryable…

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LINQ: Building an IQueryable Provider – Part V

This is the fifth in a series of posts on how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider.  If you have not read the previous posts please take a look before proceeding, or if you are daring dig right in. Complete list of posts in the Building an IQueryable Provider series Over the past four parts of this…

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LINQ: Building an IQueryable Provider – Part IV

This post is the fourth in a series of posts covering how to build a LINQ IQueryable provider. If you have not read the previous posts, please do so before proceeding. Complete list of posts in the Building an IQueryable Provider series  I just could not leave well enough alone.  I had the crude LINQ provider…

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LINQ: Building an IQueryable Provider – Part II

This is the second post in a multi-post series on building LINQ providers using the IQueryable interface. If you are new to this series please read the following post before proceeding. Complete list of posts in the Building an IQueryable Provider series  Now, that I’ve laid the groundwork defining a reusable version of IQueryable and IQueryProvider,…

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LINQ to SQL: Rico drops the other shoe

Rico has finally posted some numbers that show you the performance he’s seeing with Beta 2 bits (sorry you don’t have yours yet, we’re working on it.) A compiled query executing at about 93% efficiency (that’s only 7% overhead over raw SqlDataReader.)  I know, I know.  I still don’t believe it either and I wrote…

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