Sorry, but i couldn't help but share this with as many people as possible. It's not spam i promise (and don't heckle me for cross posting).<BR><BR>Just had a phone call from a training agency enquiring if we were interested in .net training. 'definately' was my reply as we are currently migrating some of our apps and training is always good.<BR><BR>She then went on to tell me, and i quote 'we also do courses in asp.net in C# in VB'. After i stopped laughing i asked whether she meant 'in VB and C#' or 'in VB or C#' to which she replied 'no we just cut & paste code from Visual basic into C# and change a few brackets'.<BR><BR>I know she was a salesperson, but C (and i assume C#) was the language that 'proper' programmers used whereas VB was a more intuitive foolproof development environment (this has been rectified in VB.net apparently).<BR><BR>How can anyone say that to convert VB.net to C# all you need to do is 'change a few brackets'.<BR><BR>I don't think i'll be taking them up on their course!!