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Using LINQ to create aggregates with nHydrate

, , 26 Jan 2010
Using LINQ with an nHydrate API for aggregation and bulk operations.
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Christopher R Davis
Software Developer (Senior) Hewlett Packard
United States United States
I currently work in security at HP and create developer tools. I have been working with technology since the VIC 20. I am currently co-authoring the nHydrate code generator (and other projects) with Michael Knight in Atlanta, GA. We have built a faceted navigation engine that allows you to list any set of objects (cars, jobs, apartments, etc) on a website that gives users the click-through experience. My goal is no more advanced search pages.
 
I use nHydrate at my day job every day and use it manage a a complex system for HP.
 
Check out the current nHydrate site on Codeplex. http://nhydrate.codeplex.com
 


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