The VB Army starts to march | At VSLive! 2004
The VB Army starts to march:
"Finally, despite the recent pushback of Whidbey's release until 2005, (based on the number of crashes during demos, that's a good thing), it's apparent that Visual Studio, the .NET framework, Microsoft's major languages (C# and VB.NET), and a host of ancillary tools are making rapid strides that will result in more productive development and more stable applications. The overarching theme of both Bill Gates' keynote and the subsequent presenters is that one of Whidbey's main goals is to reduce the amount of code that developers are required to write. If the sample apps shown in the presentations are an accurate guide, they've succeeded"