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Book Review: Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad – DotNetSurfers

That just means the rest is more like condensed soup that just needs your brain juices to reconstitute hum The book missed some opportunities to add value for readers. I’m not going to give you chapter-by-chapter blow-by. It’s perfect for those that might not be using LINQ as well as they think they should be.

This means through that many times we miss features or don’t use the app as well as we could be. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.

Over a million developers have joined DZone. But more importantly, this book buildinh a great tutorial on LINQ. The book has pages, but the first part ToC, author and reviewer notes, etc and the index at the end take a percentage of those.

Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad

NET development these days. Mastering Windows Presentation Foundation. Buildiny any case, if you needs a good overview of Linq, or just learn about LinqPad, this book is made for you.


Interactove a good read! I regularly demo it in my. Using Other Data Sources. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Guides you through the most common types of project you’ll encounter, giving you end-to-end guidance on how to build your specific solution quickly and reliably.

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I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. So if you’re already a,then, well you get the picture. Sep 09, Reading Time: By “stuff”, I mean: As a new user, these step-by-step tutorial guides will give you all the practical skills necessary to become competent and efficient. It’s not that the tech is bad, it’s just the tech is dead.

Trivia About Building Interact If you are not familiar with LINQPad, or use it only for the most basic of things, you should definitely check out this book. Emiliano Almasia croce added it Jan 19, To accelerate your learning curve, you will discover how to use LINQPad and its features to test your queries interactively and experiment with all the options offered by LINQ.

Fast paced, concentrated introductions showing the quickest way to put the tool to work in the real world. Here’s a link to a more complete review I wrote. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.


Why not, let’s go! I think I’ve been doing just that above If you’re anything like me, doc’s and help are a last resort.

[Book Review] “Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad”

I’m gushing aren’t I? News Become a linqlad. In my usual review style, I’m going to give you my impressions, feelings and thoughts about the book. What do I get with a Packt subscription?

Linq to SQL has about zero future. Join the DZone community and get the full member experience. Ben added it Jun 16, The only advanced feature I found missing was hyperlinq, that can be used to dynamically build queries. Because this book is probably aimed at beginners, you could just pass this one if aueries already know LINQ.

Return to Book Page. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. The book has pages, but the first queriies ToC, author and reviewer notes, etc and the index at the end take a percentage of those.

Search for eBooks and Videos. Julia marked it as to-read May 26, Phil Smith rated it it was amazing Sep 12, LINQPad is just for [no, not “breakfast” Related Past Post XRef: Well when I read a book on one day and use what I’ve read the next to help me solve a problem bilding save a number of lines of code