Unhappy with the state of VB.NET? Here are two things you can do about it:
- Kent Sharkey links to a new APress title by Edward Nilges, Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler. The book includes a complete QuickBasic-compatible compiler with source code! Buy it, and you're halfway to VB6.NET. (While locating the links for this item, I stumbled across this project: an open source, QuickBasic-compatible compiler for Windows.)
- Microsoft is looking for a developer to work on "language conversion tools to convert VB6 projects to VB.NET and to convert Java J2EE projects to C#.NET." Apply now!
Posted by Kent on July 15, 2003:
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