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I haven't tried it myself, but there are samples in VB. 👍
No, I just bump into them everywhere along the vb timeline!
but all new techs and sdks has C# support.
Guys, there is no reason for discussion, we have to find another way if we want VB.NET to have a competitive future.
1st) MS definitely loves C #
2nd) with Guido van Rossum working on MS Python is the new focus.
Perhaps the Basic world will definitely take a new turn, there are many dialects and everyone is separated trying to gain market share.
VB.NET in my opinion is still the best variation, but it is also the most isolated variation.
If we want a place in the sun, we should behave like the F# community or even the C# community, we need to find more people willing to evolve VB.NET, but I doubt that's what VB.NET developers want, it seems that most are already enjoying the idea of following the same steps as C# on Mercury.
Until we create a good path for VB.NET, discussions are in vain
My main questions regarding VB.NET are:
1) Will VB be able to evolve through a community?
2) do we need MS to make this happen?
3) Will MS implement any community-created suggestions?
4) Or we will need to create VB.NET. org?
5) if we create VB.NET .org, how is the relationship with Roslyn?
Can anyone answer these questions?
I think that's our real concern with VB.NET.
What do you think?