\nC# has more features (anon types, anon delegates) and the syntax is very similar to C-derived languages (C++, Java, etc), \n.
\nVB.Net now features functionality calle…d "XML Literals" which allows very powerful and easy manipulation of XML documents and schemata. This makes VB.Net a very good choice for developers looking to make dynamic web sites using XHTML.\n.
\nIn the end, the language a developer will choose to develop a given website will come from what s/he is most familiar with, their developer team, and the corporate environment where they work. (MORE)