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October 2018 – New Testimonial

We were fortunate to get two very nice testimonials from customers in March.  If you've had a good experience with VBConversions, we'd love to hear from you and publish a testimonial, with your name and a link back to your website. If your experiences are not so great or if you have suggestions for improvement, we'd love [...]

By |2019-06-04T05:09:45+00:00January 12th, 2019|General|0 Comments

March 2018 – New Testimonials

We were fortunate to get two very nice testimonials from customers in March.  If you've had a good experience with VBConversions, we'd love to hear from you and publish a testimonial, with your name and a link back to your website. If your experiences are not so great or if you have suggestions for improvement, we'd love [...]

By |2019-06-04T05:09:45+00:00April 8th, 2018|General|0 Comments

Visual Studio 2017 is Here – and Fully Supported!

Visual Studio 2017 was released on Mar 7th, 2017!  It is fully supported by the VBConversions VB.Net to C# Converter.  We've been working on 2017 support throughout the pre-release process, and  are happy to releasing VS 2017 support just days after the official Microsoft release. The two main VB.Net language features included in Visual Studio [...]

By |2019-06-04T05:09:45+00:00March 25th, 2017|General|0 Comments

The Naked Truth About VB.Net to C# Converters

You're convinced you want to convert to C#, but where do you begin?  There's a lot of confusion and frustration floating around on the message boards about the approach to take and which one is best. Though I am the author of a successful VB.Net to C# commercial tool, I'm going to step outside myself and [...]

By |2019-06-04T05:09:45+00:00July 2nd, 2015|General|0 Comments

Why You Should Convert Your VB.Net Code to C#

Visual Basic.Net is a very capable language and can do virtually anything C# can do, so why convert?  Though there are clear technical reasons, such as much better quality enforcement, the overriding reason is the growing momentum and popularity of C#, as well as the fierce animosity against VB.Net.  Visual Basic started as an anything-goes hobbyist language, [...]

By |2019-06-04T05:09:45+00:00June 26th, 2015|General|0 Comments

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