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I have one afternoon to extol the benefits of .NET over VB6… what do I say? [closed]

My company is a small twenty-man engineering firm. All the application programming here is done in VB6 by two people, who have taught themselves VB6 from an assembly background while working here for ...
3
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1answer
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A progressive plan from vb6 to .net, sound?

We are about to start a new project using an existing SQL DB, but this project is going to need to reuse a number of core features from an existing vb6 app that uses the same database. The approach I ...
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2answers
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VB6 to .Net 4.0 Conversion 3rd party tools

Since Visual Studio 2010 does not come with a VB6 conversion tool, the boss wants to use a 3rd party tool (i.e VBUC) that Microsoft is suggesting. Has anyone used one of these 3rd party ...
8
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3answers
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How are hybrid VB6/.Net applications functioning in the Real World?

I am maintaining a VB6 application and we are studying how to migrate to .Net We are considering doing this gradually by implementing new features in COM visible .Net classes and migrating existing ...
6
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9answers
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How to convince an employer to move to VB.Net for new development?

Some history:For the last six months I have been employed at a small firm with just three programmers, my employer among them. The firm maintains two programs written in VB6. I am asssigned as the ...