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Microsoft LINQ Books
LINQ: The Future of Data Access in C# 3.0
e-BooK: LINQ: The Future of Data Access in C# 3.0, by Joe Hummel (October 2006). Discusses LINQ and C# 3.0 extensions, how to use LINQ and C# to accomplish a variety of tasks, querying objects, and accessing relational data and XML. A complete reference to the standard LINQ query operators is included.
Pro LINQ, by Joseph C. Rattz (November 2007). Discusses how to leverage LINQ relevant C# 2008 language features (expression methods, lambda expressions, anonymous data types and partial methods), why queries are deferred, how to make deferred queries work for you, how to use LINQ to XML, how to query DataSets with LINQ to DataSet, and how to query Databases with LINQ to SQL.
ASP.NET 3.5 Data Access w/ LINQ, etc.
Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 Data Access with LINQ, C# 2008, and ADO.NET, by Damien Foggon (January 2008). Discusses building relational databases, how to use SQL, XML and LINQ, the features of ADO.NET and ASP.NET in .NET 3.5, mission critical issues (design, transactions, concurrency, exception handling and optimization); how to use SQL Server Express, Oracle Express, and MySQL Community Server.
Professional LINQ
Professional LINQ, by Scott Kline January 2008. Discusses LINQ queries, LINQ and the standard query operators, programming with Xlinq, querying XML with Xlinq, mixing XML and other data models, Dlinq and queries, LINQ over datasets, interoperating with ADO.NET, and LINQ and ASP.NET.
LINQ for VB 2005
LINQ for VB 2005, by Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati (February 2007). Discusses LINQ to objects (for managing in-memory data), LINQ to ADO.NET (for accessing relational databases), and LINQ to XML (for manipulating XML documents).
Introducing Microsoft LINQ
Introducing Microsoft LINQ, by Paolo Pialorsi and Marco Russo (May 2007). Introduces LINQ (extensions to the Microsoft C# and Visual Basic programming languages), and discusses how to write queries natively in C# and Visual Basic, the LINQ architecture, LINQ classes and the language features for C# and Visual Basic.
LINQ for Visual C# 2005
LINQ for Visual C# 2005, by Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati (January 2007). Discusses how C# programmers can write flexible code that can access databases and files, and manipulate data structures and XML. Topics include LINQ objects, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to DataSet, LINQ to XML, and enhancements to C#, .NET, and ADO.NET.
LINQ in Action
LINQ in Action, by Fabrice Marquerie, Steve Eichert, and Jim Wooley (January 2008). Discusses an introduction to LINQ, C# and VB language enhancements, LINQ building blocks, getting familiar with LINQ to objects, working with LINQ and DataSets, beyond basic in-memory queries, getting started with LINQ to SQL, advanced LINQ to SQL features, LINQ to XML, querying and transforming XML, common LINQ to XML scenarios, extending LINQ, and LINQ in every layer.
Programming Microsoft® LINQ
Programming Microsoft® LINQ, by Paolo Pialsori and Marco Russo (May 2008). Discusses writing queries natively in C# or Visual Basic with LINQ, the LINQ Project, the intricacies of LINQ, the LINQ architecture, LINQ classes, language features for C# and VB.

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Update :: December 15, 2017