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On his blog, Rocky states that we will soon see the VB.Net version of CSLA supported by a purely community effort rather than his own time. He'll continue with C#, but looks like the VB.Net community is on its own to figure it out. Truthfully, I've always suspected this would happen sooner or later given the complexity and time involved in CSLA.

Some of people who comment on the blog have some certainty that VB.Net is a passing phase on its way out of scope. Rocky himself, however, indicates that the VB.Net community is enthusiastic and not insignificant. Hopefully, as a result, CSLA can be maintained.

Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2008 6:53 PM | Back to top


Comments on this post: CSLA: No longer a VB.Net version?

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I can't speak for CSLA, other than to say most of the previous VB port was done by someone other than Rocky anyway, but I can say this with unwavering certainty... VB.NET is NOT going away anytime soon. Microsoft is working hard to strengthen VB's position in the community and work is being done on the next TWO versions as you read this. VB is in no danger of becoming extinct for the foreseeable future.
Left by Blogus Maximus on Sep 18, 2008 10:55 PM

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