"With the release of StreamInsight V1.2 we also updated our LINQPad driver. It is now aware of StreamInsight versions, so that a sample can fail gracefully if the required library version is not found.
You can install the new driver (of update your existing one) as follows: In LINQPad click on Add connection:
If you had downloaded samples for an earlier version, confirm that you want to overwrite them. The samples are now available in the StreamInsight subfolder:
We will discuss the features that are demonstrated by the new samples (What’s New in 1.2) in an upcoming series of blog postings."
I've not blogged about StreamInsight much (cough... at all), but that doesn't mean I'm not watching out for it. CEP (Complex Event Processing) looks like an interesting area and as we get inundated with more and more date, processing it at speed and turning it into information, could grow into an important business aspect (think monitoring all the event logs for all your systems... or social media "hoses"... dealing with "big data"... etc. etc...)
Jesse liberates our LINQ'ness - Learning LINQ, from LINQPad to Visual Studio
LINQ[Pad] to Twitter
LINQPad’ing into Dallas - The latest LINQPad now has “Dallas” support baked in.
OData my LINQPad – LINQPad (beta) now supports Data Services/OData (and there’s .Net 4 rev too)
Need an ad-hoc query tool for your Azure data tables? LINQPad to the rescue
This post title made me laugh, “I've Left Query Analyzer Hell For LINQPad Heaven”
LINQPad and the Entity Framework
Getting External with LINQPad – Advanced LINQPad Dimecast (aka part 3 of 3)
Fun with .Dump() in LINQPad – An intermediate level Dimecast for LINQPad
Link to LINQPad – A Dimecast LINQPad Walkthrough
LINQPad - A Free Interactive LINQ to SQL (and others) Utility (Think "SQL Query Analyzer for LINQ")