This weekend I’ve built a small application, which queries the “Simpsons” seasons guide data and updates the filenames/descriptions. To do this I needed to query a CSV file. While searching for a LINQ to CSV file implementation I’ve found an interesting list of LINQ Providers provider by MVP Charlie Calvert.

  • LINQ to CSV
  • LINQ to Amazon
  • LINQ to Active Directory
  • LINQ to Bindable Sources (SyncLINQ)
  • LINQ to C# project
  • LINQ to Continuous Data (CLinq)
  • LINQ to CRM
  • LINQ To Geo - Language Integrated Query for Geospatial Data
  • LINQ to Excel
  • LINQ to Expressions (MetaLinq)
  • LINQ Extender (Toolkit for building LINQ Providers)
  • LINQ to Flickr
  • LINQ to Google
  • LINQ to Indexes (LINQ and i40)
  • LINQ to IQueryable (Matt Warren on Providers)
  • LINQ to JSON
  • LINQ to LDAP
  • LINQ to NHibernate
  • LINQ to JavaScript
  • LINQ to LLBLGen Pro
  • LINQ to Lucene
  • LINQ to Metaweb(freebase)
  • LINQ to MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSql (DbLinq)
  • LINQ to NCover
  • LINQ to Opf3
  • LINQ to Parallel (PLINQ)
  • LINQ to RDF Files
  • LINQ to Sharepoint
  • LINQ to SimpleDB
  • LINQ to Streams
  • LINQ to Twitter
  • LINQ to WebQueries
  • LINQ to WMI
  • Linq To WIQL
  • LINQ to XtraGrid