If you’re in the East Bay Area tonight, head on down to the Pleasanton EastBay.Net group where I’ll be speaking on Strategies to Migrate Your Visual Basic 6 Investments to .NET. Oh and as an added bonus for FUNdamentals, Yag will be walking down architecture memory lane discussing the history of application development.
Strategies to Migrate Your Visual Basic 6 Investments to .NET
Wednesday, October 10, 2007 .NET FUNdamentals at 5:45pm and regular meeting at 6:45 PM
University of Phoenix campus in Pleasanton
7901 Stoneridge Dr. Suite 100 (west of the 680 freeway)
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 session 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 today and .NET Framework 3.5 will provide going forward.