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good day, i and the group were new on this technology (.NET) need your advice on what development tool to use (c#, VB.NET, ASP.net) we are new on this, please assist us on what to use. currently we had existing systems running on network (client server) written in vb6 and online systems that are running on ASP (classic) please guide us on where will be starting. thanks in advance.


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Some more information might have been useful but the choice of programming language comes down to preference almost. Seeing you have used VB 6, moving onto VB.Net would make sense. The language and syntax would be reasonably familar and you could leverage existing knowledge more.
Most people find VB easier to learn than C# too. In terms of functionality I find little difference between them.
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Since you are already using VB6 and ASP, moving to VB.NET with ASP Web matrix would be a better idea.

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