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Introducing LINQ—Language Integrated Query

, 19 May 2011 CPOL
Learning the fundamentals about LINQ, i.e., data type var, anonymous types, lambda expressions, LINQ syntax, and LINQ queries.

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Mike_Liu
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Mike is a senior software engineer at an investment management firm, and a faculty member at Brandeis University, teaching Windows Communication Foundation programming with C#. He is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and a Sun Certified Java Programmer. He has authored a few books for Unix C/C++, C#, WCF and LINQ. Mike has deep expertise in software development with WCF, WPF, ASP.NET, MVC, BPMS, JavaScript, and SQL Server. He has been a key developer, architect and project lead for many software products in various industries, such as statistical data reporting, telecommunication, resource control, call center, student loan processing, and investment management.

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