VB.NET vs. C# - Someone stop this madness
About two months ago I was invited to take part in the beta for this product and I had a lot of trouble with the aforementioned marketing page - factually it's incorrect although I probably agree with it to some small degree. I was actually going to blog about it but decided against it b/c the issue is so lame that you turn into a dork just getting near it - it's like Computerized Ebola. Anyway, learn them both. Don't just learn one. Learn both. And for God's sake, walk away from these these silly arguments. I'm not dogging Carl by any means, he's way more accomplished than I am, but damn, some stuff just isn't worth paying attention to and wayy to many 'real' programmers are chiming in on this. I for one am not that smart so I need to spend my time learning the new features of VS.NET 2005. Since this isn't a VB6 vs. C++ era anymore, there's not much worth arguing about here.