The feature differences are relatively minor, but the important differences are that there are lots of bug fixes and performance improvements between the two versions. The good news is that it is trivial to upgrade to Visual Basic .NET Pro 2003. Keep in mind that Microsoft changed the project format between the two versions so once you convert a project to 2003, you can't open it again in previous versions.
Dig deeper on Win Development Resources
Related Q&A from John Robbins
What is a JAD session? This term is referred to often in job postings and seems like some kind of brainstorm you carry out with a client to define IT...continue reading
Have a question for an expert?
Please add a title for your question
Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.