MySQL, LINQ and the ADO.NET Entity Framework

Reggie Burnett (Oracle), David Sceppa (Microsoft Corporation)
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LINQ is perhaps the most powerful new feature in the .NET Framework, allowing you to query in memory structures like tables in a database. Learn how to use the ADO.NET Entity Framework to construct LINQ queries or Entity SQL queries to interact with data in your MySQL database.

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Reggie Burnett

Oracle

Reggie Burnett has over nineteen years experience in software development including areas such as 80×86 assembly language, Windows kernel level services, and 3GL and 4GL applications. Burnett specializes in .NET and Windows applications and is currently the architect and maintainer of MySQL Connector/Net.

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David Sceppa

Microsoft Corporation

David Sceppa is a Program Manager on the ADO.NET team at Microsoft and author of three books from Microsoft Press. He started working with databases at a local leasing company in high school and still can’t write about himself in the third person with a straight face.

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