I’ve only dabbled in Visual Basic, and am still learning by creating programs. The good news is that Microsoft is bringing XNA support to Visual Basic. I started working with C# to create an XNA application, but I’m finally glad to see it coming to VB. It’s definitely been in demand!
Tonight at DevConnections, Senior Director Dave Mendlen announced that XNA support will be coming to Visual Basic. This is part of Microsoft’s co-evolution strategy, whereby we are providing equal access to Microsoft technologies for both C# and Visual Basic developers. XNA has been a top Visual Basic customer request for the past several years, so we are excited to bring this support to the product.