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Directions in Language Innovation: LINQ

Learn how you can use consistent query syntax in your code to access and work with all types of data.

 Watch the video of the keynote! (Running time: 41 minutes)

The Language Integrated Query (LINQ) project facilitates a common scheme for accessing data across different sources, such as XML documents, relational databases, and in-memory data structures. This session provides you with a basic understanding of design goals, and VB and C# language enhancements supporting LINQ. It is a demonstration of the LINQ project's work to date. See how you can use consistent query syntax in your language to access and work with all types of data.

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