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Does Stack Overflow use the classes generated by LINQ to SQL directly in their application or how do they do it?

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This was a close call, as this really is a programming question, but as it has to do specifically with SO as a website, it should be on Meta SO. – James Curran Sep 24 '10 at 19:21

Yes we do, but we use less and less of this every day, in favor of dapper.

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meaning that, if you had the developer-time to do it, you would get rid of LINQ in favor of Dapper entirely? Thanks and +1 – Dan Rosenstark Feb 19 '12 at 15:39

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