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Default Should I learn ado.net Or linq?

Hi I was talking to my former today. I asked him if he could recommend a good ado.net book and he mention that I should just learn LinQ since its going to replace ado.net.



I am wondering how you guys feel about that? Like maybe I should learn the LinQ and if I need to go back one day and learn ado.net I can learn it then. I don't have much time since I still go to school full time so I can't say I could learn both right now and I have a huge list of other stuff I want to learn(javascrip,ajax,improve c# and asp skills).

My second questions is what ado.net or LinQ book do you recommend for a noob. All examples should be in c# too.

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Answered here: http://forums.asp.net/p/1200750/2089160.aspx



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[quote]Originally posted by dparsons
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Um ya thats my topic.... I wanted more options not just one and the fastest way to do that is going other forums too and asking the question since not everyone goes and looks at that forum.

 


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