about current developers experiences. I had to learn vba for work, and since I am gaining familiarity with VBA, I was interested in getting active VB.net developers opinions on is vb.net a logical next step for someone who is interested in gaining experience in programming? I confess that I don't know much about programing. I attempted to start years ago and never stuck with it, but now since I had to learn VBA I at least have somewhat of a base. I have read mixed things regarding VB.net and just wanted to know is it a good language to learn or if there are limitations with the language that make people not use as frequently when they mature as developers.
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I think, it depends on your needs. What kind of software do you want to make. If you want to make web-based applications, one would learn php, if you are making software to be installed on individual computers, I use VB.NET for this.
I make my applications with VB.NET and …
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@SavedLema I think you should be more clear when saying (if you want to develop computer installed software then you can use VB.NET) I think its for Windows based OS but now there are chances for your software to run on other none Windows OSs.
But what I can tell …
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