For the source code inclined in each of you, I just posted an application and tutorial on LINQ, .NET’s Language Integrated Query, on The Code Project.
It shows how to map database tables to classes with LINQ and then retrieve the data in the very cool LINQ-manner that makes me ooh and ahh for doing more with C#. It also includes a simple WPF GUI that uses data binding to display the data and navigate the relationships because, well, WPF data binding is sexy.
I hope you enjoy!
A LINQ Tutorial: Mapping Tables to Objects
Gratuitous brag update: This article was just selected as Editor’s Choice on The Code Project (w00t!)