Wednesday February 11, 2009 at 12:35pm
Many companies have invested a huge amount of time, money and resource in developing applications built in VB6. Even though VB6 first came out around 1996, many of these applications are still being successfully used today.
Microsoft is well aware of this existing VB6 application based, but have now released a new area of the MSDN site to help developers and companies migrate from Visual Basic 6 to Microsoft.NET.
There are several options available including "do nothing" t....