Is a relevant technology until today?

jose de jesus 136 Reputation points

Is a relevant technology until today?

An object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft that is implemented on the .NET Framework. Previously known as Visual Basic .NET.
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  1. LesHay 5,776 Reputation points

    Yes, as much as it has always been.
    It may depend somewhat on the purpose it is being used for. For example, industry tends to use other languages rather than VB.NET.

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  1. Jiachen Li-MSFT 10,911 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @jose de jesus ,
    Yes, like they said in the article below.

    Can anyone in simple words explain if we can continue feel comfortable with VB.NET ?

    Shall we forget and start turning to c#?

    The .NET team didn't seem to think so, ending its announcement with: "Visual Basic is a great language and a productive development environment. The future of Visual Basic will include both .NET Framework and .NET Core and will focus on stability, the application types listed above, and compatibility between the .NET Core and .NET Framework versions of Visual Basic."

    Microsoft: 'We Do Not Plan to Evolve Visual Basic as a Language'
    Visual Basic support planned for .NET 5.0
    Best Regards.
    Jiachen Li


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