Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) April 19, 2009
WizData Systems, a Microsoft Partner and leader in cutting-edge software development, is conducting an analytical survey aimed at assessing the continued use of the Microsoft Visual Basic 6 as a development language. As of April 8th 2008 Microsoft discontinued all technical support of VB 6 in favor of its' successor Visual basic .NET.
WizData, along with colleagues in the industry have witnessed a sense of reluctance due to Microsoft's lack of technical support for the decade old language that is deemed relatively obsolete. With the growing rift between those who support VB6 and those who are excited about VB.NET, WizData believes a more in-depth analysis of programmers' and developers' specific challenges needed to be addressed.
It is WizData Systems' intent to not only gauge the level of usage of the outdated Visual Studio development environments, but also to further assess the reaction of software professionals to the process involved with implementing the newer .NET environment, and sentiments of Microsoft's position in the process of converting to .NET.
WizData's media department has requested industry professionals to participate by taking 5 minutes to assist us in our research by taking the quick 15 question survey found here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Dh5NSum5Zx3w5xQoNLLpLQ_3d_3d.
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. The results of this survey will ultimately be shared with Microsoft and made publically available for industry professionals.