I'll cut to the chase. I strongly disagree. I have nothing against C# but VB is still the language of choice.
Here is what I think;
- If you are migrating from VB, then migrate to VB.Net. You're still gonna have to learn a lot, but the syntax is still 70% the same. Unlike C# where the syntax is 90% different.
- The VB developer environment is at least twice as productive as that of C#. A bit more verbose, but still more productive.
- Compiled VB code is smaller than that of C# (even though by a very small margin).
- Where I live, VB developers average salary is MUCH higher than that of the C# counterpart.
- Both VB and C# can do 99% of what the other can do.
- In Orcas (the new Visual Studio from Microsoft, set to be released later this year) VB.Net supports a wider range of Lambda expressions.
- More people have downloaded the Express edition of VB than C# (Source: Microsoft at MVP Global Summit).
- Your sister site is VB .Net Heaven :-)