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Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2013 4:59 PM
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Is SQL becoming outdated soon ??? AS new LINQ is all around us....
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In my opinion, SQL will never go away. ORM tools like Entity Framework, Linq, Hibernate/nHiberante, are getting better but in every case I've seen thus far you still get better performing and easier to maintain code using T-SQL.



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What does LINQ have to do with SQL Server going away? The two are unrelated. There is LINQ to SQL after all. LINQ does not replace a database. It is a form of querying inside of a .NET language. It can query just about anything that can be exposed to it.
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