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LINQ in C# demo code posted...
As promised from today's webcast I've uploaded the demo code that works with LINQ in a variety of scenarios. I didn't include the database, but I can include a script to create it if anyone's interested. Let me know. Thanks Mike
7 Jan 2009
That LINQ Error...
In today's webcast on LINQ in C# we looked at joining XML data with SQL Server and we got the error " Local sequence cannot be used in LINQ to SQL implementation of query operators except the Contains() operator " when we tried to run it. Looking deeper into what happened, it appears that the...
7 Jan 2009
Q&A from LINQ to Entities Webcast
You got questions? Well we got answers! On today's webcast we had the special treat of having some of the members of the LINQ team online with us answering questions. There were so many of them I thought I'd post the conversation. I hope it helps answer any questions you've got, and if not then shoot...
24 Sep 2007
Code Posted for LINQ to Entities Webcast
In preparation for today's webcast I wanted to give you some information and links that may be helpful in working with the technology… Download the Linq to Entity Framework and Tools Code from today's webcast I'll be updating this post after the webcast with the code & answers to questions...
24 Sep 2007
LINQ to XML Code Posted!
I just posted the code from Monday's webcast on Linq to XML . Registered users can access the code from the download site on http://www.Benkotips.com . In the webcast we covered a lot of topics including how to create XML fragments in both VB and C#, and also how to query. The key to querying is to work...
19 Sep 2007
Question from today’s webcast – What’s the difference between Partial Methods &amp; Virtual Methods?
In today's webcast on LINQ to SQL we had a lot of questions. One had to do with understanding Partial Methods. The main difference between a virtual method (think OO) and partial methods (in 3.5) is that virtual methods can be implemented by various descendents differently based on what type of object...
10 Sep 2007
LINQ to SQL Webcast Code
I've posted the code from today's webcast on LINQ to SQL Enjoy!
10 Sep 2007
Announcing the Framework MasterClass Webcast Series!
Class is in Back in Session! We have the first 8 webcasts in the Framework MasterClass series scheduled as of today, and here's a quick rundown on the topics we'll be covering in September & October. This series will take a deeper dive into technologies like LINQ, WCF, Workflow, etc. and help provide...
8 Sep 2007
LINQ Overview Code is Posted
I posted the source code from yesterday's webcast to www.BenkoTIPS.com . I'm also in the process of adding a Webcast Series page to the list of webcasts, but that isn't done just yet. I should have it ready by the end of the week though, so check back. Enjoy!
5 Sep 2007
A good question on Partial Methods Yesterday in Kansas City I got a question during the LINQ session about partial methods and how they're implemented. This is a new feature found in Orcas Beta 2, and as such, we had a good discussion. I said I'd follow up with a blog post on the topic, so here it...
29 Aug 2007
On the road with LINQ, WCF and Silverlight
…With a boulder on my shoulder feelin' kinda older I tripped the merry-go-round With this very unpleasing sneezing and wheezing the calliope crashed to the ground… -Bruce Springsteen T his quarter we're back on the road bringing some great technology & tools for building software that takes...
21 Aug 2007
Daniel Moth’s Linq on Channel 9
We are working on putting together a session for MSDN Events on LINQ and how it changes the way that developers work with data in their applications. The basic question of what is LINQ is fairly straightforward, in that it is the name given to a collection of new language features that are part of .NET...
17 Jul 2007
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