Refactoring With Whidbey
According to Microsoft's Paul Vick, Refactoring support in VB.net will differ from that in C#. Terminology and structure of available features will be simplified to cater for the less rigorous intellect of the VB developer.
I cannot confirm that this image is legitimate. But it is reputedly the first screen shot of the context menu available to VB programmers in the Whidbey IDE.
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