For a couple of years now, I’ve been touting the Microsoft-endorsed sentiment that it really doesn’t matter if you program in C# or in VB.NET, since both are just syntactic sugar layered on top of MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language, the true language of .NET).
But then adds:
That appears to be changing a bit with Whidbey.
He then talks about some of the features you’ll get with My. He concludes with:
Myobject has made creating this application almost absurdly easy. […] VB 2 has taken a dramatic lead in Rapid Application Development with the
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