MSDN UK Screencasts: Working with NULLs in LINQ to SQL

MSDN UK Screencasts

NULL values are common in relational databases but not so common in .NET Framework programming (especially for value types). In this video we look at how LINQ to SQL (along with CLR 2.0 and Framework V2.0) naturally uses nullable data types.

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