(No, I didn't mean Whidbey. I meant C# 3.0)
The interview appeared on Microsoft Watch. Here is the link.
I like the new approach on dynamic/inferred typing for database queries. The problem is this: whenever you have to mix highly declarative languages like SQL with imperative, strong-typed language environments like C#, then you will always end up with some amount of boiler-plate code. And you don't want too much boiler-plate code...
P.S. On the same subject, if you missed that, there is also an older interview on Channel 9 around C# 3.0.