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Posted 26 Nov 2012

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)
Italy Italy
My name is Rui Jarimba and I was born in Madeira island, Portugal and I currently live in Rome, Italy.

I have more than 10 years of experience developing software using the .NET Framework and other technologies (Web development, Databases, ...).

Some of my professional interests are: software development best practices, software architecture, cloud computing, Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD) and agile methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, Lean and any other methodology that can help me to become a better and more productive software engineer.

I believe in good code - code that is readable, maintainable, reusable, testable and deployable. This means that I'm not the "quick and dirty" type, I write code for the medium/long term whenever possible.

Something else about me - I love music, I am an amateur photographer, not a big fan of gyms (I prefer to do some outdoor activity such as walking/hiking), big foodie (I love Mediterranean cuisine and my glass of wine!).

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