VB 6 to VB NET Migration
- October 30, 2007
There are many compelling reasons to migrate projects from .NET 1.0 and 1.1 to a later version of the .NET Framework. A recent Burton Group report offers advice for developers considering such migrations.
- October 15, 2007
VBeeJava is a platform translation tool for moving code from Visual Basic .NET 2003 to Java.
- March 31, 2007
The company has released a third Visual Basic 2005 add-in, known as a Power Pack, and is soliciting suggestions for future tools.
- August 24, 2006
VB 6 still dominates the landscape, but developers are gradually adopting VB.NET and C# where practical, and adding Web app development to the many hats they wear.
- August 17, 2006
Microsoft has released a major update to its Visual Studio 2003 IDE.
- May 11, 2006
With years of effort and money behind many legacy VB 6 apps, it often makes more sense to upgrade than to rewrite. Author Keith Pleas outlines the ins and outs of upgrading to.NET.
- March 27, 2006
Claudio Perrone of InnerWorkings discusses different ways to look at software and skills migration when taking on .NET. You need to know your ASP, and get some feel for object orientation. Also be sure and ask why you should migrate in the first ...
- March 06, 2006
In our inaugural podcast, we analyze Microsoft's regard for VB developers, the costs and benefits of a migration to VB.NET and technology that makes you put your best foot forward.
- February 22, 2006
Migrating from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET could take six months and cost a company $43,000 per developer, according to Gartner Group research.
- January 18, 2006
Microsoft hopes developers readying VB 6 to VB.NET 2.0 migrations can benefit from best practices the company has garnered over recent years. Wizards have their limits and assessment tools can help experts Keith Pleas and Federico Zoufaly tell ...
- December 27, 2005
For many of us, 2005 was a year of VB .NET, writes Mike Gunderloy. Even though VB .NET is more complex than classic character-mode BASIC, you can still pick up the Express Edition and be writing code that does stuff on the screen within a few hours....
- December 19, 2000 19 Dec'00
- September 15, 2000
To paraphrase a popular television advertisement, Visual Basic does not always make the products you buy, but it can make the products you buy better. That's what Percuity, Inc. is betting on. The Arlington, Va. Software firm has announced it will ...