Sat, May 19, 2007, 06:19 AM under dotNET | Orcas | LINQ
One of the green bit assemblies in .NET Framework 3.5 is System.Data.Linq.dll. As you may have guessed, this assembly contains the framework implementation for LINQ to SQL. Regular readers will know about my other multiple LINQ posts, but I have never posted about LINQ to SQL (formerly known as DLinq).

So, if you are interested in DLINQ, stay tuned on a series of posts that ScottGu has started here. For a detailed LINQ to SQL tutorial series of videos, check out the output from our local nugget machine (aka MikeT). I have captured here the direct links to the WMVs for the 18 screencasts: Intro, DataContext, Mapping, Tools, Inserting Data, Deleting Data, Updates, Concurrency, Joins, NULLs, Deferred Query Execution, Deferred Loading, Stored Procedures (querying), Stored Procedures (updates), Standard Functions, Custom Functions, Inheritance, Transactions.
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