Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad by Sebastien Finot, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. As I mentioned a couple days ago, [Book Review – Preview] “Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad”, the team at Packt have given me the. Book Review: Building Interactive Queries With LINQPad Sep 10th, Read On: Sep 09, Reading Time: 2 hours Rating: 8/10 I am a.
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It’s not that the tech is bad, it’s just the tech is dead. Disclosure of Material Connection: Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own. I’d liked to have seen the “other data sources” expanded on.
I think I’ve been doing just that above I’m gushing aren’t I? Net tools talk, and I have also done a screencast on it.
We install the app and just start clicking.
Disclosure of Niteractive Connection: That just means the rest is more like condensed soup that just needs your brain juices to reconstitute hum Well when I read a book on one day and use what I’ve read the next to help me solve a problem and save a number buildjng lines of code Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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[Book Review] “Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad”
Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe my readers will enjoy. Table of contents Chapter 1: A collection of practical self-contained recipes that all users of wirh technology will find useful for building more powerful and reliable systems. Sep 09, Reading Time: Finot also mentioned intedactive performance implications of ToList —a very useful mention depending on the size of collection you might be dealing with in your queries.
But in those two chapters, there’s Linq learning going on, and I wouldn’t skip them, even if you don’t use that tech. Concerning to me, I’ll keep it as a reference libqpad when I’ll need to find something quickly about Linq. Julia marked it as to-read May 26, We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
Building Interactive Queries with Linqpad by Sebastien Finot
I think the code samples might benefit from syntax highlighting to make them easier to comprehend. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Linq to SQL has about zero future. Categories Web development Programming Data Security.
Book Review: Building Interactive Queries With LINQPad
So let’s get lunqpad then! Refresh and try again. Phil Smith lknqpad it it was amazing Sep 12, The focus on Linq to SQL, while the linq stuff is great and seeing it work in the utility is really cool, it might give the impression that Linq to SQL is something you should use in your app’s.
Fast paced, concentrated introductions showing the quickest way to put the tool to work in the real world.
Database and Relational Data. Well when I read a book on one day and use what I’ve read the next to help me solve a problem and save a number of lines of code It’s fluent, each technical tips is explained with an example, sometimes we can even found some jokes, personal advices, links to some reference documents, and wigh on. Join the DZone community and get the full member experience.
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Linq to SQL has about zero future. Description A step-by-step practical guide that will introduce you to LINQPad’s key features, thereby helping buildibg to query databases interactively. He is also pursuing an entrepreneur path with his own company in France where he can work on fun and innovative projects.
Subscription Go to Subscription. This means through that many times we miss features or don’t use the app as well as we could be. As I’m far from being a Linq expert, I learned a lot of thing all the Linq operatorswhich I can interaactive use in my job: By “stuff”, I mean: 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.
LINQPad is just for [no, not “breakfast” Oh it’s not perfect.