The life for VB Win32 developers isn't easy these days. I was sent an interesting link to the paper Visual Basic Fusion: Best Practices to Use Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET Together. While it is certainly remarkable that Microsoft is providing documentation for a very old and almost discontinued product, I have the feeling that CodeGear is serving its Win32 developers community, including those who want to migrate (partially or fully) to .NET a lot better. But I know very little about the VB community, so I'm not in a position to judge.

Quoting: "Many organizations have a significant Microsoft Visual Basic 6 code base and are seeking to make the best decisions regarding this legacy code". Many others have a significant investment in Delphi 5 to 7 code base and are seeking to make the best decision. They are more options, though! Anyway, believe it or not, this meant to be a useful link for VB developers!