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Improving LINQ code reusability: Select method

, 27 Nov 2012 CPOL
A simple approach that will allow you to reuse the code used in the Select method.
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Rui Jarimba
Software Developer (Senior)
Ireland Ireland
My name is Rui Jarimba and I was born in Madeira island, Portugal and I currently live in Dublin, Ireland.
 
I’m working as a .NET software developer since 2005.
 
Some of my professional interests are:
 
Web development using .NET Framework;
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA);
Database development and modelling;
Web accessibility, usability, and standards;
Software Architecture;
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