Updated source for ThinqLinq now available by ThinqLinq

Updated source for ThinqLinq now available

It's been a while since I posted some serious content for which I apologize. I started this site a year and a half ago as a proof of concept around LINQ. When the site went live, I included the download version of the site from the presentations I've been doing on LINQ and Asp.Net. In all this time, I've made significant updates to the site, but haven't made them available, until now. If you're interested, you can download the updated bits from the file downloads here and play with them. I did take the liberty of changing the actual production database, removing some of the site metrics, and other sensitive personal information.

As the site has evolved, I tried to document the enhancements. Here's a copy of some of the related links to help you step through some of the changes.

For those that attended my session at the Philly Code Camp 2008.3, this is the version of the project that I was discussing. Of course, there's always more enhancements that I would like to do, including centralizing access to a more common DataContext, using CompiledQueries, and other performance enhancements. If you have any recommendations, I'm all ears to hear what you thinq.

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