Would a programmer knowing C# and VB.Net ever choose VB.Net?

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Published on 2011-02-02T18:06:29Z Indexed on 2011/02/02 23:33 UTC
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Now before someone tells me VB.Net isn't bad like VB was, I know it isn't. But, I've yet to speak to a programmer who is completely content that some project they work on is written in VB.Net.

Basically, my question is would a programmer knowing both C# and VB.Net (and all of their team knowing both), would they ever choose VB.Net? And why?

All of the VB.Net projects I've seen were written that way only because the programmer that started it(that usually isn't working there anymore) knew VB6(or earlier) and wrote it in VB.Net because of the similar syntax.

Is there any advantage to writing a program in VB.Net compared to C#?

(hopefully this is appropriate here, SO rejected it within a few minutes)

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