Listen or Download Julian's LINQ post as Podcast Audio

ASP.NET Team Blog
20 June 2008

Podcasts are great to way to learn, discover, or just be entertained. And some times, it’s just better to hear the author express in their own voice rather than read a post. So you’ll be happy to hear that Julian has recorded an audio version of his “LINQ, LINQ, say no more” post for you.

Check out this 9 minute podcast, in which Julian describes Language Integrated Query (LINQ). Just click the play button on the mini-audio player here:

You can also download the mp3 file to your iPod, Zune, or other mp3 player: LinqLinqSayNoMore.mp3

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Ben Hayat
Ben Hayat

Great idea, or rather, excellent idea! Somehow, I learn faster by hearing than reading (only). Even better, by combining hearing and reading, called video. So, I'm glad you're taking advantage of this media!

Julian has a great way of delivering a message or point.


20 June 2008
Renaud Bompuis
Renaud Bompuis

Wow, this is new an really welcome.

Your voice and diction come out really well; it pays to do theatre plays :-) Sounds like I'm listening to <a href=">.

I find is excellent and a interesting twist on the videos for discussing more general topics.

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21 June 2008

Good post man, just looking around some blogs, seems a pretty nice platform you are using.

10 February 2010

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