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  • NHibernate Linq Released

    Just as a reminder, even though you might have seen it before on twitter or nhforge or Ayende’s blog As of today, we released the first version of NHibernate.Linq. It is currently based on Criteria API, and can handle many situations that it can handle. NHibernate.Linq was the first project that...
    Posted to Tuna Toksoz by Tuna Toksoz on 07-26-2009
    Filed under: nhibernate, linq
  • Using LINQ to generate HTML

    I hate seeing code mixed with markup. Seeing a template page with <% if(show) { %> makes me want to claw my eyes out.  Seeing String htmlTitle = "<h1>" + title + "</h1>" causes me to vomit up a little something in my throat. Mixing code with markup is not a...
    Posted to ViNull, Off the Record by Michael C. Neel on 08-03-2008
    Filed under: Featured, asp.net, LINQ
  • Little nugget of simplification when loading an XDocument

    Today I needed to load in an XML file into memory for later use. At first I was going to use the XmlDocument library (old habits die hard), but later switched over to the XDocument library.  Why, not because one is better (ok, so I think that XDocument is better, but not the point here), but because...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 07-02-2008
    Filed under: .Net, HowTo, Linq
  • Using Linq's DataContext to (re)create your database for testing

    If you happen to be using Linq2Sql and are also someone who tests, I have something for you.  You can use Linq's DataContext to create your database and then populate it with test data prior to each test run.  Note that you can do this same thing when using other OR/M tools such as NHIbernate...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-21-2008
    Filed under: TDD, Linq
  • XLinq'n in the new world - Speed comparison with Xml/XPath

    Originally this series was meant to be titled 'Any thing you can do I can do better', but to be honest after writing the Xml/XPath examples I realized the XLinq is really no better per say than Xml/XPath.  However, what XLinq does bring to the table that Xml/XPath does not: Does not need...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-14-2008
    Filed under: Linq, Mini-Series
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