Re: Converting projects to VB.NET
Dave Doknjas <email@example.com> had this to say:
> I'm converting apps that I've written, so I should have some
> advantage (right?)
Not necessarily. What does VB.NET allow your apps to do that VB6
doesn't? The answer to that one question will go a long way towards
addressing the concerns you've raised in your post.
> This doesn't make MS look very good.
Microsoft has enough money to afford the occasional black eye. I'm
sure people like you and I do not. With that in mind, you really need
to rethink your reasons for upgrading. It does not follow that just
because you *can* upgrade that you *must* upgrade.
"If you want to be somebody else change your mind"
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