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Last week I was totally emerged in some forward thinking in .a very broad set of .NET technologies. It was great to be a part of it.
This week I notice, Orcas, the codename for LINQ has gone Community Technology Preview, the third release of LINQ since it was presented at PDC 2005. There is plenty to play with here and I urge anyone who is interested to see what I believe to be an extremely disruptive and distinguishing technology. This time we have a preview that will work for both C# and VB.NET.
So what's new, and well exciting> Certainly between discussions between the team here at DataDirect, we feel that LINQ over DataSets will be very useful. Just scanning the contents of this package ...
Major component additions in this release are the DLinq Designer, LINQ over Dataset, Data Binding, and ASP.NET LINQ project templates. For more detailed information, see the readme.
...suggests that there is plenty to play with here. I will be posting more about this later during the next couple of weeks.
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