New Article: DLINQ: Bridging the Object Relational Divide

Posted on 6/30/2006 @ 8:54 PM in #Vanilla .NET by | Feedback | 810 views

I am happy to see that an article I had written on DLINQ sometime back, is finally online - just in time for TechED.

This article sets DLINQ in perspective. It starts with a simple question I asked yesterday - about DataSets or BOs. And then it builds upon by introducing you to the very basics of DLINQ. It talks about the biggest architectural chunks, a good 10,000 foot view of what DLINQ brings you in an easy to understand way.

I will also be writing up a Demystifying DLINQ series on my blog in the coming days, the first of which you can find here. Also, for those of you attending TechED, mark your calendars, I and Bob Beauchemin will be leading a Birds of Feather on DLINQ.

Nonetheless, the article is good reading too :-). Read the article here.

In addition to my Demystifying DLINQ series on my blog, I will be very shortly following this article with a more advanced article.

As a sidenote: If you are interested in reading any of my past articles, or keeping up with my upcoming articles, you can find a list of my articles on my website. Also, my various speaking engagements are available right here.

Sound off but keep it civil:

Older comments..