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    Must read for VB.Net developers

    This is a five part post by Anthony Green, former PM of the Microsoft VB.Net language team. For everyone that uses VB.Net and wants to see it continue, FIND, LIKE and RETWEET Anthony's tweet to...
  2. Great info on the current state of VB.Net by former PM Anthony Green

    I would HIGHLY recommend reading this for every VB.Net developer.
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  3. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    Oddly enough, that is the only explanation that makes sense. Someone's personal agenda.
  4. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    @Shaggy and @Plausibly

    I agree with pretty much everything you both said. But I think we have a slightly different base perspective. I wouldn't have any problem with C# getting the shiny new...
  5. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    PlausiblyDamp states that VB.Net programmers are "slower" at adopting new "features" such as Entity Frameworks (EF) and MVC. I would suggest that that's because most VB.Net programmers are Business...
  6. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    It's not just letting feature parity slip, although that's part of it. They are also NOT including VB in new web technologies, Xamarin, and other components for writing apps on other (non Windows)...
  7. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    Yes, the fish is curled up in the egg... but not 30" worth... :)
  8. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    Depends on how many they get... :) If you have a better idea I'm all ears.



    I have no problem engaging. Arguing over what color someone likes on the other hand is a waste of my time.


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  9. Re: For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    @FunkyDexter I didn't intend any lack of respect. In fact, I'm confused as to exactly how I'm being disrespectful. Posting information to VB.Net programmers about how Microsoft is quietly...
  10. For those interested in keeping VB.Net a first class .Net language.

    To help encourage Microsoft to keep VB.Net "co-equal" with C#, let's start a letter campaign to Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, to help make it clear how many businesses and government organizations...
  11. Re: Why isn't VB.Net an option in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey?

    @Tyson... I think the difference here is that the abacus and slide rule were replaced with something better (even though you can still get both of them). For .net programming, VB.Net isn't being...
  12. Re: Why isn't VB.Net an option in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey?

    @Tyson... Neither was RPG. But then neither RPG nor Cobol are #6 on a list of Most Popular Languages (seems like RPG should be). That doesn't mean they shouldn't have been options, but the 6th...
  13. Why isn't VB.Net an option in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey?

    To all VB.Net programmers... Go take the Stack Overflow developer survey; https://stackoverflow.blog/2020/02/05/the-2020-developer-survey-is-now-open/ and in the languages questions select Other and...
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    Save VB.Net and your Job

    Let me begin by clearly stating; DO NOT TURN THIS THREAD INTO A WAR BETWEEN C# AND VB. If you don't like and\or don't use VB.Net, then DON'T POST HERE!

    I generally don't participate in...
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