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.NET Makeover

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As developers in the 1990s, we became accustomed to migrating applications from one version of VB to the next. We expected Microsoft to continually provide new VB releases that addressed feedback from the developer community (also known as 'identified bugs'), made VB software developers more productive, and took another step toward 'true' object-oriented (OO) programming. While Active Server Pages (and VBScript) provided a foothold into Web development, they also represented a step backward in the path to building OO systems.


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