I have programmed a lot in Delphi and I'm now looking to move to .net to allow use of the code in other environments and to allow other programmers to develop code modules in other languages.
I like Delphi and would like to be able to use some of the existing modules (modified to suit .net) that I've developed over the years.
I seem to have a choice between Visual Basic (and other languages in the Visual Studio) and Delphi Prism. Which is best to use? I am concerned that I can find no books or tutorials on Delphi Prism. Does anyone know of any such available information so that I can make an informed choice?
The VB.Net has the advantage of the good help available (MSDN):
I have came across similar question about Delphi Prism resources on StackOverFlow.com:
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