I built my own MIX'07 video player last night and recorded a 15 minute screencast to give you an idea of what's possible with all the new releases that came out last week.
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You first met Bart De Smet in an episode of Expert
to Expert with the great Erik Meijer leading the conversational charge.
LINQ-to-Anything was a very popular E2E episode and the 100th installment of
Going Deep. If anybody in the world is an expert in LINQ-to it's certainly Bart. Not…
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Language Integrated Query (LINQ) is the headline feature of the Visual Studio 2008 release. Most of LINQ is based on the new C#3 and VB9 language features. In this video, I demonstrate the association between the compiler features and LINQ. In…
In this in interview Young Joo, a Program Manager on the Visual Basic Team, talks 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…
In this interview,
Amanda Silver, a Lead Program Manager on the
Visual Basic Team, demonstrates new LINQ syntax around Joins and Aggregates that is now available in Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2. Amanda is a guru of LINQ in Visual Basic and gives insightful explanations of how to use this new…
This video is created for "Ask The Experts!" program on MSDN Online Japan with developer audience marketing team in Japan.
In this video, Anders replyed to the questions for C# features, LINQ, and .NET Framework. I put all questions as superimposed text in Japanese and English in the…
Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010http://codecamp.phillydotnet.org/2010-1Want more details on why you should attend a Microsoft Community Code Camp?SummaryLINQ, Language Integrated Query, was introduced as part of the .Net Framework 3.5 and continues to be powerful addition to C# and…
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the top developer news including:
- Scott Guthrie - ASP.NET MVC now is
OSI certified open source, using the Microsoft Public License.
- New Microsoft MVPs announced
- Bart de Smets -
ExceLINQ - a prototype of an Excel provider for LINQ
Hi and welcome to another Visual Studio 2008 Training Kit screencast.
This session was presented by Mike Pizzo and is the from the
Visual Studio 2008 training kit available from http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=7602397.
One of the most common forms of data used in applications today…