A group blog from members of the VB team
I just posted another great interview on Channel 9 with Young Joo talking about LINQ to SQL and the new O/R Designer in Visual Studio 2008. He demos a typical business client-server scenario and shows how LINQ to SQL classes make it much easier to work with relational data in SQL Server 2005. Young also talks about architectures where he sees using LINQ to SQL having the most benefits.
Learn more about the O\R Designer and LINQ to SQL by viewing our "How Do I" video LINQ series on the Visual Basic Developer Center.
Enjoy!-Beth Massi, VS Community
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Wow, it seem like LINQ to SQL is easy to use. It sits on top of ADO.NET, which is easier to use without the ADO.NET details. It will be interesting to see if performance will be an issue.