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LINQ Programming

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LINQ Programming

by Joe Mayo
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Take your LINQ programming skills to the top tier

Resolve data format impedance mismatch with guidance from a C# expert and Microsoft MVP. LINQ Programming details cutting-edge techniques to effectively assimilate XML, SQL, ADO.NET, and unstructured data sources. Build powerful LINQ queries, handle hierarchical and relational data, use lambdas and expression trees, and develop multi-threaded applications. Get proven strategies for handling conflicts and exceptions and creating custom extension methods. Additionally, you'll learn how to create your own LINQ provider through a working example, LINQ to Twitter.

  • Filter, order, and group code using LINQ to Objects
  • Query relational and unstructured data with LINQ to SQL and LINQ to XML
  • Work with ADO.NET through LINQ to DataSet
  • Deploy object-oriented programming techniques and LINQ to Entities
  • Read, manipulate, and create C#-based XML documents
  • Generate DBML and external mapping files with SqlMetal
  • Create custom lambdas, expressions, providers, and extensions
  • Support concurrent processing and multi-threading using PLINQ
  • Build a custom LINQ provider for working with any data source

Take your LINQ programming skills to the top tier

Resolve data format impedance mismatch with guidance from a C# expert and Microsoft MVP. LINQ Programming details cutting-edge techniques to effectively assimilate XML, SQL, ADO.NET, and unstructured data sources. Build powerful LINQ queries, handle hierarchical and relational data, use lambdas and expression trees, and develop multi-threaded applications. Get proven strategies for handling conflicts and exceptions and creating custom extension methods. Additionally, you'll learn how to create your own LINQ provider through a working example, LINQ to Twitter.

  • Filter, order, and group code using LINQ to Objects
  • Query relational and unstructured data with LINQ to SQL and LINQ to XML
  • Work with ADO.NET through LINQ to DataSet
  • Deploy object-oriented programming techniques and LINQ to Entities
  • Read, manipulate, and create C#-based XML documents
  • Generate DBML and external mapping files with SqlMetal
  • Create custom lambdas, expressions, providers, and extensions
  • Support concurrent processing and multi-threading using PLINQ
  • Build a custom LINQ provider for working with any data source
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About the Author-
  • Joe Mayo, Microsoft MVP, is an author and instructor who specializes in Microsoft .NET software technology. He owns Mayo Software Training and operates the C# Station website.

Table of Contents-
  • Foreword

    Acknowledgments

    Introduction

    Part I - LINQ Essentials

    Chapter 1 - Introduction to LINQ

    Chapter 2 - Using LINQ to Objects

    Chapter 3 - Handling LINQ to SQL with Visual Studio

    Part II - LINQ to any Data Source

    Chapter 4 - Working with ADO. NET through LINQ to DataSet

    Chapter 5 - Programming Objects with LINQ to Entities

    Chapter 6 - Managing Hierarchical Data with LINQ to XML

    Chapter 7 - Automatically Generating LINQ to SQL Code with SqlMetal

    Part III - Extending LINQ

    Chapter 8 - Digging Into Expression Trees and Lambdas

    Chapter 9 - Constructing New Code with Extension Methods

    Chapter 10 - Building a Custom LINQ Provider—Introducing LINQ to Twitter

    Chapter 11 - Designing Applications with LINQ

    Chapter 12 - Concurrent Programming with Parallel LINQ (PLINQ)

    Appendix A - Standard Query Operator Reference

    Index

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