I needed to do some research for one of our larger UK ISVs on VB6 migration options. As part of that I spoke to one of the Execs at Artinsoft and thought it would be useful to share what I found out more broadly. But first some background...
VB6 migration projects are becoming much more common - in part because we are close to the end of extended support (1 year to go http://support.Microsoft.com/lifecycle/?p1=2971) and in part because many companies with VB6 solutions have also now got first hand experience of the power and productivity of VB.NET/C# on other work and want to standardise on a single technology platform across their portfolio.
We have a lot of resources to help (start at our main migration site and the very good downloadable book) and we also have a program and partners to help. One such partner is Artinsoft who work with us through NXT.
Now, back to what I found out from Artinsoft last night.
Which left me feeling very comfortable for the work that needs to happen with this ISV.