Next week on geekSpeak we'll hear from someone who's local with me in the Atlanta area - Jim Wooley. Jim's been getting deeply involved with LINQ lately, and he's going to tackle an area that many people need good guidance on - how to adapt your current architectures and even existing code to take advantage of LINQ. This will go beyond the demos that start from a clean slate (which most of us rarely do) and give you some great practical tips on those migrations.

Making his debut as a co-host this week is my coworker Doug Turnure. So it's an all-Atlanta show on geekSpeak, see you there! As usual, if you have LINQ questions you want to be sure are addressed, add them as a comment to this post.

Register for the geekSpeak and be sure to visit our geekSpeak page on MSDN, all of our April shows are available to register for as well.

About our guest


Jim is a Microsoft MVP and has been working with .Net since the initial PDC bits in 2000, releasing his first application 1 week before the .Net 1.0 go-live. He has been active evangelizing LINQ since it's announcement in 2005. Jim is actively involved in the Atlanta developer community and is a frequent speaker. He is a co-author of the recently released “LINQ in Action” Jim's blog is