It came to my attention that a large part of the LightSwitch community prefers VB.Net over C#. I always thought that C# and VB.NET are close enough together in semantics that any VB.NET developer can read C# and vica versa. However, I must admit that I looked at the VB.NET version of my own samples, and once there’s generics & optional parameters involved, the VB.Net version becomes significantly different compared to its C# brother. To overcome this language barrier, thank god there’s tools online like “Google Translate”, which for .NET code, is provided to us for free by Telerik.
A special thanks to Telerik, Todd Anglin in particular, for providing us with this awesome translating power!
I’ll promise to do my best to post my samples in both C# and VB.Net in the future.
Update (16:40): Falkao correctly indicated in the comment section that this part of the community might be quite large… Let’s find out what the exact % is among my blog readers…