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Using LINQ as an instructional bridge between object-oriented and database programming

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2 Author(s)
Wang Kan ; Dept. of Command & Adm., Acad. of Armored Force Eng., Beijing, China ; Zheng Yujun

Language integrated query (LINQ) provides a uniform, object-oriented way to access data from heterogeneous sources, and thus simplifies the interaction between object-oriented programming and relational data. We design a mini-course of LINQ programming that aims at bridging the gap between the traditional object-oriented programming course and database programming course. Starting with the prerequisite C# language features, we introduce LINQ programming to students using an object-first approach, go deep into the key components of the LINQ framework, and finally make a smooth and effective transition to database programming.

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Computer Science & Education, 2009. ICCSE '09. 4th International Conference on

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25-28 July 2009