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August 26, 2005

.NET Language Integrated Query Framework?

From the PDC Session abstracts:

...These advances enable developers to express queries and updates in terms of their local programming language without sacrificing the server-side execution model of today's high-performance SQL-based approaches. Using these advances, database queries that previously were stored as opaque strings now benefit from static type checking, CLR metadata, design-time type inference, and of course IntelliSense.

And then you have Paul Vick asking "What if everything could be queried with SQL?"

And then, there's this post from YAG.

Posted on August 26, 2005 at 09:43 AM | Permalink


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