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I just added another webcast for March 28th on VB6 migration to .NET to the list of March madness webcasts I'll be doing.
Rob Windsor and I will be presenting a bonus webcast on VB6 to .NET migration. If you're involved in a migration push and don't know where to start this webcast is for you. We'll show some proven strategies as well as walk through the Interop Forms Toolkit which can dramatically speed up development in a phased migration approach.
Live From RedBethmond: Migrating Your Visual Basic 6 Investments to .NET 3/28/2008 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)- 3/28/2008 10:00 AM | Duration:60 Minutes Visual Basic (VB) 6 was used by millions of developers world-wide to build applications ranging from thousands to millions of lines of code representing significant organizational investments. The path from VB 6 to .NET has not always been clear, there is no one size fits all approach. We’ll cut to the chase, exploring the pros and cons of each option using real world examples. You will leave this webcast with the framework and tools to develop the right strategy for your organization to leverage your existing investments while taking advantage of the power and productivity the .NET Framework provides. Presented By Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community PM With special guest Rob Windsor, Visual Basic MVP.
Check out the other webcasts in March on Visual Basic 9 and LINQ.
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Beth Massi did a nice webcast on migrating from VB6 to .NET. Beth does a nice job letting us VBers know