Isn't C# the internal development language at Microsoft? I also think it's
used to develop .NET?

That would be 2 good reasons.

VB.NET is not similar to VB6. It's a completely new language. If you want to
use the new OO features, VB6 knowledge gain you nothing. If not, stick with


"Michael Culley" <> wrote in message
> I'm trying to get our shop to move from to C#. So far we don't have
> too much code so it should be easy. But I still have to convince those at
> the top. Can anyone give me some good ammo? They keep saying that if they
> are so similar why not just stick with VB.