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#386 – October 25, 2021


Modernize and Streamline the MongoDB LINQ Implementation

MongoDB is announcing its LINQ rewrite to create a seamless C# developer experience that makes it easier than ever before to use LINQ with MongoDB. This expands support for more LINQ expressions, generates MQL more effectively, and addresses outstanding issues associated with the beta legacy implementation. These new features will be available in a beta version which you can opt-in to experience and provide feedback on along the way.

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