Another_Darren wrote:VB.NET... Run, run as fast as you can and hide from it.
7 Years of VB 6 and I finally tried to migrate my skills to VB.NET this year, one and one week later I was buying C# books. I cannot see the point in learning/using VB.NET if you know C#? It would be better to get the other VB developer to migrate to C#, he'll (or she?) will thank you later on.
sorry but thats rubbish theres no reason to use C# over VB.Net it all acheives the same thing at the end. Id suggest learing both theres no great learning curve to learn either if you already know one and it will be worth it if you intened to work on many different .net projects.