Oh heck, I just got use to SQL, as in the Sequential Query Language, then LINQ came along and now there is Parallel LINQ. Can I use LINQ in WebMatrix?
And as it functions, LINQ and Parallel LINQ works well, except that now the complexity level of software has risen again. If I am a program manager, how do I know whether to use LINQ or PLINQ, or the other numerous object oriented languages. If I am a professor how do I decide what to teach?
Think about this scenario:
LINQ Queries (isn’t that using Query twice?) Can be used alongside non-LINQ queries in existing projects that target .NET Framework 3.5 or later.
What about making efficient use of the multiple cores on laptops, servers and desktops, this is where the Parallel LINQ comes into play:
Why would you use PLINQ in WebMatrix, that seems stupid.
Destructive Coder, Using PLINQ in WebMatrix might be a benefit, but I am not sure. Could you check out the possibility of using WebMatrix on your web site and see if it performs better. Actually I am not even sure that PLINQ can be used in WebMatrix and on my list of things to do, it isn't a priority to check out.
So I guess your feedback is good, maybe I shouldn't have mentioned it.