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Log in to your account. Lnw Overgame marked it as to-read Jul 25, Jamal Mazrui rated it really inreractive it Dec 09, If you are not familiar with LINQPad, or use it only for the most basic of things, you should definitely check out this book. As a new user, these step-by-step tutorial guides will give you all the practical skills necessary to become competent and efficient.
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Aug 08, Scott rated it it was ok. I think I’ve been doing just that above The book has pages, but the first part ToC, author and reviewer not This is a cross post from my review on my blog, [Book Review] “Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad” In my usual review style, I’m going to give you my impressions, feelings and thoughts about the book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Return to Book Page.
All the code samples in the book are available for download as well. A collection of practical self-contained recipes that all users of the technology will find useful for building more powerful and reliable systems.
That just means the rest is more like condensed soup that just needs your brain juices to reconstitute hum Over a million developers have joined DZone. 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. As a technical developer specialiazed in CI read this book in order to improve my Linq skills, but also to learn more about the LinqPad which I’ve never heard about before.
For an in-depth treatment of LINQ, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
Building Interactive Queries with LINQPad
Sep 09, Reading Time: Sign up to our emails for regular linqad, bespoke offers, exclusive discounts and great free content. There’s a couple tip sections repeated.
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What do I get with an eBook? This book might not be the right fit for people who know LINQ. I’m not going to give you chapter-by-chapter blow-by. I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the bhilding that I would mention it on my blog.
I think I’ve been doing just that above We install the app and just start clicking. Let’s say, it explains how to use Linq in the LinqPad context. Ben added it Jun 16, I regularly demo it in my. 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. I’m not going to give you chapter-by-chapter blow-by. Net tools talk, and I have also done a screencast on it. But more importantly, this book is a great tutorial on LINQ.