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Amanda Silver has been a professional developer for a number of years. After working on projects in C, C++ and Java, among other languages, she is now a program manager for the compiler on the Visual Basic .NET team and isn't turning back. Reach her at amandas@microsoft.com.
For CoDe Magazine | October 21, 2002
The newest version of Visual Basic now has support for full object-oriented programming, provides access to the .NET Framework and uses the power and flexibility of the Common Language Runtime. Never have there been more reasons for VB developers to consider making the move to Visual Basic .NET. Yet, amidst the excitement surrounding the .NET platform, some major productivity features have been lost in the shuffle.
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