Microsoft has revealed its plans for the Visual Basic programming language. Many developers started with Visual Basic but, apparently, the days of this language are numbered.
The official .NET team blog says that Microsoft no longer plans to develop the language and add new features to it. At the same time, support for Visual Basic will remain in the .NET 5 software platform. The company also noted that the Visual Studio software development environment regularly receives new features. Visual Basic debuted back in 1991. Now he has lost the competition C #.