The Secret of LINQ Design

Posted by: mikechampions weblog, on 15 May 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A team within Microsoft ran an "app week" recently to build applications that implement customer scenarios using a variety of LINQ technologies.  The feedback on LINQ to XML was uniformly positive. The participants were not XML geeks, but more like our target audience: developers who come across XML now and then and need to deal with it without undue fuss. This group found that they were immediately productive without having to read the documentation, because the APIs worked the way one intuitively...

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