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  • The IQueryable tales - LINQ to LDAP - Part 4: Parsing and executing queries

    Introduction Welcome back to the LINQ-to-LDAP series. So far, we've been discussing: Part 0: Introduction Part 1: Key concepts Part 2: Getting started with IQueryable Part 3: Why do we need entities? In the previous post , we entered the domain of implementing a custom query provider for LINQ. More specifically...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/10/2007
  • The IQueryable tales - LINQ to LDAP - Part 3: Why do we need entities?

    Introduction Welcome back to the LINQ-to-LDAP series. So far, we've been discussing: Part 0: Introduction Part 1: Key concepts Part 2: Getting started with IQueryable In the previous post , we discussed quite a bit pieces of the LINQ puzzle, focusing in much detail on expression trees and the role of...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/07/2007
  • The IQueryable tales - LINQ to LDAP - Part 2: Getting started with IQueryable<T>

    Introduction Welcome back to the LINQ-to-LDAP series. So far, we've been discussing: Part 0: Introduction Part 1: Key concepts In the previous post , we put ourselves at the side of the compiler either being faced with an IEnumerable<T> or IQueryable<T> object on which a query is to be performed...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/06/2007
  • The IQueryable tales - LINQ to LDAP - Part 1: Key concepts

    Introduction Welcome to the first real part of our LINQ-to-LDAP series. So far, we've been discussing: Part 0: Introduction In this post, a few key concepts of LINQ concerning the way queries are compiled are discussed. More specifically, we'll talk about IEnumerable<T>, IQueryable<T> and...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/06/2007
  • The IQueryable tales - LINQ to LDAP - Part 0: Introduction

    Here we are again for some cool LINQ stuff. In the past I've been blogging on C# 3.0 language innovation quite a lot, including the core features that enable LINQ in its cute and nice form: Local Type Inference - what makes anonymous types more than "types without names" Object Initializers - a must...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/05/2007
  • Introducing PLINQ

    On the last edition of Developer & IT Pro Days in Belgium last week, Raj Pai - program manager on the C# team at MS Corp - delivered the first public demo of PLINQ aka Parallel LINQ . Let's have a quick look... By now, every blog reader should be familiar with the concept of LINQ, the Language INtegrated...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/04/2007
  • Visual Studo Code Name "Orcas" - October CTP

    Tons of great stuff once more: LINQ, ADO.NET 3.0, multi-targeting and much more. Here's the link to download the VPC image: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C09B5A2D-EB6A-44B6-8BBD-3764A2FDA9CE&displaylang=en . Download in progress. Enjoy and keep and eye on this blog;...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 10/31/2006
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