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(Pro Linq: Language Integrated Query in C# 2010 (New)) By Rattz, Jr. (Author) Paperback on 05-Jul-2010 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. Juli 2010


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Pro LINQ Demonstrating the overwhelming majority of LINQ operators and prototypes, and providing examples for complex models that can't be found anywhere else, the authors condense their extensive experience and expertise into a desk companion that is essential for any serious .NET professional.


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Good Overall 10. September 2010
Von ClearCSSJimmy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Being a novice at LINQ, I found this book to be very helpful. I am a visual person, so the examples in the book helped me to get started pretty quickly. I was able to pick up the syntax right away. Chapter 1 and 2 give you the basics. Once you read these chapters, you have a syntax aware foundation that will help in understanding the rest of the book. The chapter on LINQ to XML was thorough and gave me an idea for my next project. Of interest to me were the chapters on LINQ to DataSet and LINQ to SQL as I am currently on a project that is using LINQ. I found good examples on how to harness the power of LINQ in these situations. I did not get a chance to read the chapter on Parallel LINQ so I could not comment on that.

My only suggestion to the author would be to include a chapter on how to use best practices and patterns to implement LINQ in a real world scenario.

Overall, I really recommend this book.
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Comprehensive Guide to LINQ 28. Juni 2011
Von Ian Sexton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is a great introduction to advanced LINQ concepts. This book does not delve deeply into the Entity Framework, but it does cover it in a cursory manner, then again, it's not titled Entity Framework, so this is to be expected. I also have the Entity Framework book by Julia Lerman, and I feel that Pro LINQ By Rattz and Entity Framework by Lerman compliment each other well.
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Poorly Compiled 15. November 2011
Von Think Fast - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The number of pages wasted on sprawling output or markup is outrageous. You could half the length of this book. In addition, it is formatted like a printed PDF. I really expected more from Apress, as I own many of their volumes. Rattz has produced a pure overview of the language with little insight or advice: this level of support can be found on MSDN.
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Excellent overview of the technology 25. Januar 2011
Von Cynthia Meister - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I bought this book based on ClearCSSJimmy's review. He was right on the money.

The book is comprehensive, well-organized, the prose is clear and the samples are understandable. You can cover a lot of pages quickly within a topic as each sample builds on previous ones, presented at the beginning of a section. The authors highlight and explain unexpected pitfalls as well as "standard fare".

Jimmy does not mention chapters 4 & 5: these are an overview of all the operators, organized by type and category. This isn't a section you can necessarily read through, as the mind bogs down and boggles after a certain number of entries. But it's a useful reference tool.

The XML chapters were real eye-openers and something I can apply immediately. The SQL information isn't as relevant for me, at the moment, so I can't comment on that. Linq to Entities is also useful.
LINQ 18. Februar 2014
Von Stephen L. Webster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book is very accessible and understandable. It provides lots of examples and even gives you a place to download the database to follow the examples.
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